The smartphone wars keep turning up new twists and turns. Last week saw the U.S. release of the Apple
Research In Motion
The big bomb came from Google
2010 Smartphone Market by Platform (Estimate on June 28, 2010)
- Symbian (73 Million)
- Android (58 Million)
- BlackBerry (46 Million)
- iPhone OS (35 Million)
- Windows Mobile 6.5 (8.5 Million)
As you can see in this quickly compiled estimate list, Microsoft
Over at Nokia, they say the N-Series is shifting to MeeGo while the remaining about 80%-plus Nokia smartphones will continue on Symbian, including E-Series. Judging from the N-Series sales volume, following the shift of N-Series to MeeGo, this joint venture between Intel
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