Google said recently that it’s now activating more than 1m new Android devices every day, and that’s borne out in new analyst figures from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech. It claims that Android is now accounting for more than half of all smartphone sales across the US, Europe’s largest countries and Australia. In the 12 weeks up to 12 June 2012, Android took a 50.2% share of new smartphone sales in the US, 57.2% in the UK, 68.5% in Germany and 84.1% in Spain, for example. iOS is doing well too, but Symbian and BlackBerry continue to drop fast – in the US, Windows Phone 7’s 3% market share is catching up to BlackBerry’s 4.5%, for example.
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