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Symbian Is Still the Number One Smartphone Platform According To Gartner

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A recent report from Canalys touted Android as the top smartphone platform in Q4 2010, but a new report from Gartner (News chart icon Symbian Is Still the Number One Smartphone Platform According To GartnerAlert) disputes that claim. However, according to Gartner, Symbian barely edged out Android in the fourth quarter with the help of Symbian-based products by Fujitsu and Sharp, and legacy products from Sony Ericsson (News chart icon Symbian Is Still the Number One Smartphone Platform According To Gartner – Alert) and Samsung.

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