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It’s the end of a beautiful era with BlackBerry’s share of the global smartphone market is now 0.0%, as BlackBerry sold 207,900 devices running its own operating system, but we never thought it might as well have been zero.
Anyway, a contrast with other platform shows a whopping 352.7 million phones running Google’s Android operating system were sold in Q4 2016, making up 81.7% of the market, according to Gartner. Apple’s iOS, stood the second place with sold nearly 77 million units in the quarter, with 17.9% of the overall market share. Also Windows OS still had a tiny market share of 0.3 percent.
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Alex Thurber, senior vice president of global sales, told the Financial Post in January.
In a statement, a BlackBerry spokesperson said: