Smartphones Now Take Up 70 Percent Of Teen Market, 79 Percent For Young Adults

Thursday, October 31st, 2013
It seems that feature phones are now going the way of the pager, if it has not already yet. More and more people now think of mobile phones as more than just a device to use for calling or texting. The market is becoming saturated with smartphones that allow users to do more than just calling or text messaging. Its versatility has made it popular and is pushing the feature phones out of business, at least in the US

Android Snags 40 Percent Of US Smartphone Users

Friday, September 2nd, 2011
With smartphone getting more and more popular nowadays, it is no wonder that it is one of the rising market segments in the mobile phone sector in the US. It seems that basic feature phones are slowly being overtaken by smartphones in terms of appeal. According to new information from Nielsen, there are now 40 percent of mobile users in the US who own smartphones. New data furnished by Nielsen indicate that 40 per

Nielsen Report: Android Phones Getting More Popular

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
Android phones have recently been getting quite a lot of press lately. With many phone manufacturers now embracing the relatively new mobile operating system for their smart phones, it will only take some time before such phones will eventually become popular. This time, it may no longer be just hearsay. Android’s growing popularity may now be backed up by some recent reports from The Nielsen Company. A repo