Nokia phones dominate for mobile web access

February 11th, 2012

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This is a measure of web usage from mobile devices and Nokia remains the largest provider of mobile phones in the world, so not surprisingly, the largest share of mobile web access is from Nokia mobile phones. We forget that many people access the web from devices other than smart phones!

The firm has also revealed that the web usage on mobile devices surged to 8.5% in January 2012—which is approximately twice the same month a year ago. Nokia is still dominating in mobile web browsing, followed by Apple. Nokia has grabbed 40% of the world’s mobile web browsing share—due to its dominance in India. Apple has succeeded to grasp second position globally in mobile web browsing with 30% share—including 59.11% massive share in North America. In North America, Samsung and RIM had just 11.43% and 10.06% share respectively in January 2012. Samsung succeeded to grab only 14% share globally, came after Apple. Android accounted less than 25% mobile web usage after combining the contribution of all of its manufacturers

via Nokia Dominated In Mobile Web Usage In January 2012 Followed By Apple: [STUDY].

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