BlackBerry faces yet another blow, this time on its home turf. In comScore’s annual 2015 Canada Digital Future report, it was noted that the market share of the company is dropping, with more users ditching BlackBerry for Apple or Samsung smartphones.
BlackBerry losing on home turf
The report notes that Canadians are going for mobile devices, leaving desktops to browse the web and view online videos, which suggests the use of smartphones and tablets is increasing. Smartphones have increased significantly to over 81% usage in comparison to feature phones, which are used by just 18.8% of the population, says a report from Techienews.
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Apple is on the top spot in the smartphone category with a 38.3% market share, followed by Samsung with a 32.4% share. Blackberry holds the third spot in Canada with an 8.9% share, followed by Google at 5.3%. Samsung holds the highest rank in the feature phone segment with a 36.8% share, followed by LG at 25% share. On