Gartner report on android sales

by wayne mcfadden- Red Droid » Sun, 15 Mar 2009 10:17:00 GMT


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 I don't think that this was posted yet. But here is an article on
handset sales by gartner.

 http://apple20.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2009/03/12/iphone-sales-grew-245-in-2008-gartner/ 

So 20% of the total sales would be about 600,000 units worldwide in
Q4.

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Note: Google (GOOG) Android operating platform is recorded in the
Linux category, where it accounted for 20% of Linux smartphone sales
in Q4, according to Gartner.

Wayne
 http://www.reddroid.com 


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