BlackBerry and Symbian suffered double-digit losses as Google's Android platform was crowned the top mobile operating system in Mexico.
According to Kantar Worldpanel, Android gained 31.7 percent in the smartphone market share when comparing the three months ending in July 2012 and 2013.
Android's gain gave the Google mobile platform a 60 percent market share. Android previously placed second with 28.3 percent by the end of July 2012.
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Microsoft's Windows Phone achieved success by the end of July 2013, jumping from fifth place to second place as it increased by 10.5 percent. Windows Phone finished the three months ending in July 2013 with 12.5 percent.
BlackBerry suffered the worst market share loss with 25 percent. BlackBerry dropped from first place to fifth by the ending of July this year with only 10 percent of the market share.
Apple's iOS was only 0.8 percent behind BlackBerry. iOS finished July 2013 with 9.2 percent, enough for fourth place.
Symbian encountered the second-highest loss in the Mexican smartphone operating system market share, falling 17.5 percent. Symbian was the third most-utilized mobile operating system by the end of July 2012 with 24.7 percent, but finished July 2013 with 7.3 percent.
Of the nine countries Kantar Worldpanel provided smartphone operating system market share figures, Mexico is the only country where Windows Phone finished ahead of iOS.
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