The pie chart below shows the effective market share of the top 10 mobile devices used to access our reference web site in April of 2012. Just like in our March 2012 report, Apple devices continue to dominate the market. The top non-Apple device is the Sony Xperia. Samsung now has two devices in the top 10, displacing the Fujitsu Regza.
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The pie chart and table below show the global market share of the top cell phone manufacturers. We create our estimates using the number of visits to popular web sites, rather than the number of devices shipped or sold. Note also that 12.83% of all mobile visits cannot be linked to a specific device.
|Mobile Device Branding|| |
As shown in the chart, Apple has a 63.63% market share, followed by Samsung at 6.75%, and Sony/Ericsson at 4.03%.
Apple mobile devices, i.e. the iPhone, the iPad, and the iPod, accounted for an astounding 63.6% of all visits to the web site we used to estimate market share in March of 2012. The fifth most popular device was the Sony/Ericsson LT15i Xperia Arch, which had a share of 3.36%. The Samsung Galaxy S II came in sixth place. The pie chart and table below show the share of the remaining mobile devices (click on the image for a larger version).
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Apple iPod Touch
SonyEricsson LT15i Xperia Arc
Samsung GT-I9100 Galaxy S II
RIM BlackBerry 8520 Curve
Fujitsu T-01C REGZA Phone T-01C
HTC EVO 4G
|SonyEricsson LT15i Xperia Arc||5.07%|
|Samsung GT-I9100 Galaxy S II||2.42%|
|RIM BlackBerry 8520 Curve||1.11%|
|Fujitsu T-01C REGZA Phone T-01C||1.10%|
|HTC EVO 4G||1.03%|