Android breaks 80% smartphone share in China

“Google’s Android is continuing its impressive run in the Chinese smartphone market, soaring to 83 percent market share in the second quarter of 2012, according to a new report from Analysys. Nokia’s Symbian and Apple’s iOS have each been left with 6 percent share.”

Amazing figures from EnfoDesk. Symbian has dropped from 32% to 6% in just one year, bringing it on par with iOS. Now consider that Google Play does not provide paid apps in China, and you have a good explanation to the discrepancy between the total number of Android users and number of sold games on Android.

Read: Android breaks 80% smartphone share in China as Apple, Nokia pick up scraps (thenextweb.com)