iOS is the most popular in English-speaking countries, India, rediscover the love for traditional phones

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The foundation deviceatlas has specialized in market research published its report on the status of the smartphone market in the first quarter of this year. And figures included in this report about some of the trends interesting. According to the report, the devices equipped with 4GB of RAM increased its market share significantly in up to 20 markets, while lost Android, some of the market share for iOS in developed markets such as the United States of America, and in developing countries as well as Egypt.

There is an exception is India, where re Jio Reliance launch of traditional phones with 4G and KaiOS, and lifted its market share to 15 percent, outperforming the Apple which ranked second. And the foundation deviceatlas has that, although the traditional phones are still part of the market, but it had the same effect in India.

Revealed the statistics also to smart phones with 1GB of RAM no longer enjoy at a great rate of terms of use. And the majority of users use smart phones, which includes 2GB of RAM at least because of the growing interest in running multiple applications in order to obtain a smoother experience, and also to enjoy the reality of the virtual and augmented reality. Was Malaysia the only country that has decreased the number of devices equipped with 4GB of RAM from 9.77 percent in the first quarter of 2017 to 8.5 percent in the first quarter of this year.

The report of the deviceatlas has also covers the resolution of the screen. The phone was most popular in the year 2017 is the iPhone 6, so was precision most commonly used is 750 x 1334. As for HD monitors, FullHD, Quad HD, they gain more popularity among Android devices as the best in the countries that used to Android in general. India is an exception once again due to that 240 x 320 is the precision of the most popular out there.

 

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