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Mobile Web
August 3, 2008, 2:28 pm
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Interesting research published by Nielsen Mobile, though they should have benchmarked mobile web usage in the US against world leader Japan.

What struck me most in the paper, is that the Motorola RAZR is the most common device used among US mobile Internet users *Gasp*

I’m using a RAZR and my friends already know I can’t wait to get rid of it. It’s used by 10 percent of mobile Internet users in the US, with Apple’s iPhone coming in second at four percent.

However, globally (again, ex-Japan) Nokia is the brand of choice among mobile Internet users.

I guess in the fight between Windows Mobile, Symbian, Android and iPhone, we may perhaps see each dominating different markets, rather than a behemoth global market leader emerging in time to come.


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Yeah…Asia and Africa is Nokialand. 70% market share in India. That’s like Google share of the search market in the US. Very impressive and we’ll see how Nokia will take on the Iphone. I believe it won’t take long and will be much much better. Never underestimate scandinavians who sell more phones in a week than Apple in a year.

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