It’s hard to believe we’re eight years into the mobile revolution that the iPhone wrought. But we are. That revolution has played out differently throughout the world, however.

In the United States, we’ve seen the iPhone destroy the BlackBerry and block newcomers like Windows Phone — but starting in 2009 it lost its top billing to Android (outside the enterprise space, anyhow). Android dominates most nations to varying degrees, and BlackBerry has all but faded away globally.

But in between, the world is all over the map: The iPhone dominates second place in some countries, Windows Phone dominates in other countries, and the two are essentially tied in still others.

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