Android has established a clear monopoly in China after achieving more than 90 percent market share there, up from 58.2 percent a year ago, according to a new report from Analysys International (via Tech in Asia). The data combines estimates from both devices sales and ownership. (via Android crushes the competition in China as it passes 90% smartphone market share: Report - The Next Web)

Android has established a clear monopoly in China after achieving more than 90 percent market share there, up from 58.2 percent a year ago, according to a new report from Analysys International (via Tech in Asia). The data combines estimates from both devices sales and ownership. (via Android crushes the competition in China as it passes 90% smartphone market share: Report - The Next Web)

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    Android with Chinese Characteristics (read: dominance)
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    Rafer sez: This is entirely misleading. Very little of this is Google approved Android. The huge majority are Android...
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    Yesterday I posted data on search trends for Nexus 4 and while it was recently the hottest search on the Google, most of...
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    Muy buena nota acerca del crecimiento de Android en China. Recomendada.
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    安卓手机已占中国九成智能机市场
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    where this is happening either....may play second fiddle
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    Jobs’ 2nd biggest mistake? Probably putting too much trust in Eric Schmidt.