From the Mobilize conference:

T-Mobile’s network is 75% smartphones and 90% of those are Android. That means more than 2/3rds of the devices sold by T-Mobile are Android. That is a big number.  Remember T-Mobile has a million iPhones on its network but those weren’t sold by T-Mobile.

Is it game over for everyone else?

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5 Responses to “T-Mobile CMO: 90 percent of T-Mobile smartphones sold this year run Android”

  1. Mic says:

    This is T-Mobile… crappiest provider out there… I wouldn't be so proud to "boast" those numbers.

  2. Orca says:

    Reading both Apple and Android fanboy sites make me laugh…

    90% of the Smartphones are Android ok, fair enough. It would be interesting to see what percentage were:
    – – Higher Tier Models in the same bracket of the iPhone
    – – Lower Tier Models that T-Mobile give you for free because they can't shift the darn things !

    The fact of the matter is which ever Fanboy you are, Apple own the other manufacturers with the profits they make from sales of the iPhone. It's not a business for volume, it's a business for PROFIT and Apple win that battle hands down !

  3. The Omega Man says:

    The Android Army cometh! Join up or be concurred! The choice is yours…

  4. Mic says:

    What is "Is it game over for everyone else?" supposed to imply?

  5. Jonathan says:

    Its a two horse race, and currently Android is a much better, bigger, faster horse than the iPhone. Apple really need to step up on the hardware and even more on the software. If the iPhone 5 doesn't have NFC, it will be the start of the downhill tumble.