Android Holds 40% Market Share in US

Google’s mobile OS Android is now holding 40% of the US smartphone market, according to comScore’s latest report. This makes Android the most popular mobile phone operating system in US. Android market share was 34.7% in March 2011.

Apple followed Google’s lead with 26.6% of US smartphone users, an increase from 25.5%. Blackberry maker Research In Motion RIM) still managed to come in third, with 23.4% of the smartphone market, down from 27.1 percent at the end of March. Microsoft‘s Windows Phone and Windows Mobile operating systems made up 5.8% of the market, Nokia‘s now-defunct Symbian OS accounted for just 2%.
current smartphone market share in us
It turns out that 234 million Americans ages 13 and older used mobile devices on average during the three months ending June 2011, according to comScore. A study conducted by the data company surveyed more than 30,000 U.S. mobile subscribers, and found Samsung took the No. 1 handset manufacturer spot with 25.3% market share. Apple iPhone 4is the single most widely used mobile phone model in US.
Source: Brothersoft News

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