Ok, here is everything I wrote about at TechCrunch Disrupt consolidated into one set of links. Enjoy.
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There is finally enough information to try to give an estimate of the smartphone market as a subset of the overall phone market.
The chart to the left shows the overall picture.
To sum up: The smartphone market has now reached over 30% of shipments. Non-smart devices are at 69% of total. The individual phone platform shares are as follows:
- Android (and Android-like): 17.6%
- iOS (iPhone only) 4.4%
- Nokia Symbian: 4.3%
- BlackBerry: 2.76%
- Bada: 1%
- Windows Phone 0.5%via asymco.com
Then we have the operating systems. First, for those who may be here for the first time - remember, I am only counting smartphones, so where for example the iOS operating system also is used on iPad Touch and iPod devices, those are not counted as smartphones. Similarly Android tablets are not included in the Android smartphone numbers here, etc. Bear in mind that I have ‘downgraded both Android and bada from the previous numbers, so you may find especially that my Android and bada numbers may be significantly different from numbers reported by some other analysts recently. But I trust my math, so here goes:
1. (1.) Android (Google) 56.4 Million 48% (40%)
2. (3.) Symbian (Nokia) 18.1 Million 15% (17%)
3. (2.) iOS (Apple) 17.1 Million 15% (19%)
4. (4.) Blackberry OS 10.7 Million 9% (12%)
5. (5.) bada (Samsung) 2.6 Million 2% ( 2%)
6. (7.) Windows Phone 7 (Microsoft) 1.3 Million 1% ( 1%)
7. (6.) Windows Mobile (Microsoft) 0.4 Million 0% ( 1%)
(others 11.1 Million)
TOTAL 117.7 Million
For the first time ever, an iPhone is now more likely to show up in a conference room than a BlackBerry, a new Mobile Workforce Report from research firm iPass suggests. According to the report, 95% of mobile workers now own a smartphone, up 10 percentage points from 2010, and 45% of the enterprise workforce carries an iPhone, up from 31.1% last year. “BlackBerry has not really fallen from the top spot in so much as other smartphones have grown faster,” the report said. “BlackBerry market share has only declined slightly from 35% in 2010 to 32% today.” Read on for more.
Android’s market share doubled year over year to surpass Symbian with a 21% share of the enterprise smartphone market. 18% of mobile workers said they intend to purchase an iPhone in 2012, 11.2% are planning to buy an Android device and 3.6% want a Windows Phone. Only 2.3% of workers have plans to buy a BlackBerry next year. Several respondents reported owning multiple devices on different platforms.
The iPass study also found a number of other compelling tidbits: 40% of mobile workers would feel disoriented if they didn’t have a smartphone for a week, 34% would feel distraught and 10% would feel lonely. The iPass study was based on a survey of more than 2,300 workers around the world.
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