China smartphone sales up 121% in Q3

Tuesday 4 December 2012 | 00:46 CET | News
During the third quarter, some 63.73 million handsets were sold in China, down 4.1 percent from Q2 and 7.5 percent year-on-year. Smartphones accounted for 49.17 million units, up 28.7 percent sequentially and up 121 percent from the same period last year, The Digitimes reports citing Analysys International research. Some 90.1 percent of the phones sold ran on Android, 4.2 percent ran on iOS, and 2.4 percent were Symbian phones.

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Countries: China
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