Mobile phone manufacturer HTC has further proven its popularity after reports revealed that over fifty percent of Android handsets in the UK are HTC phones.
When it comes to smart phones there are many different options available to consumers these days, with a wide choice of both more basic and higher end smart phones to suit different preferences and budgets. When it comes to Android phones there are a number of manufacturers and phones to choose from, one of which is the range of HTC phones.
A recent survey has shown just how popular the HTC phones actually are with consumers in the UK. The research was carried out by ComScore and showed that close to fifty one percent of mobile phone users who were using the Android operating system were doing so through an HTC mobile phone.
Whilst over half of UK Android phone users were enjoying the benefits of HTC mobile phones, fewer than twenty two percent were using Samsung handsets, which is the closest competitor for HTC in the Android market. The number of HTC Android users in the UK is said to be significantly higher than the number of uses in the other leading smart phone countries in Europe, which are France, Germany, Italy and Spain.
An official speaking for comScore Europe said: “Smartphone adoption has seen significant growth from the previous year, driven in large part by the increasing popularity of the Google Android platform.”
Source – Mobile Choices