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Android’s Web share slipped in May, despite 10 million Galaxy S4s



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FORTUNE -- This is a surprise.

Although Apple (aapl) hasn't released a new iPad or iPhone in seven months, and Samsung claims it shipped 10 million new Galaxy S4s in May, Android's Web share slipped a bit month over month while Apple's edged up, according to a NetApplications report issued Saturday.

Based on visits to the company's 40,000 client sites, Apple's share of mobile Web traffic grew in May to 59.5% from 59.04%, while Google's (aapl) share fell to 24.4% from 26.02%.

Go figure.

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