Reading most tech news from the USA(where I am located), one can easily forget that the largest smartphone platform in the world is not Apple, Android, or even Blackberry.
The largest deployed smartphone platform is Symbian, and the majority of that is Nokia's variant.
A reminder of this is a report that was published that shows that about 65.2% of mobile user's in China download their apps through Ovi.
Compare this to the three USA dominant platforms, and it puts things into perspective: Android = 13.7%, iPhone AppStore = 9.4%, Blackberry AppWorld = 3%.
What was surprising was that the Windows Marketplace was higher that iPhone Appstore and just the Android Marketplace with just 11.1%.
The source of this news can be viewed here: Ovi Store leads in China