The latest report by comScore shows that Android leads the smartphone market in US with a 40.1 pc market share. The report is for the three month period ending June. According to the report, Android has increased its market share from 34.7 pc to 40.1 pc during the last quarter.
Apple’s iOS grabs the second spot with a market share of 26.6 pc. It is followed by RIM, Microsoft and Nokia’s Symbian which have all lost their market share during the quarter.
RIM is the biggest loser among the lot with its market share falling from 27.1 pc to 23.4 pc during the last quarter. Meanwhile, Symbian has lost only a miniscule 0.3 pc market share, a achievement in itself when compared to the falling Nokia smartphone sales.
Recently, a survey by Nielsen has also showed similar results.
|Top Smartphone Platforms|
3 Month Avg. Ending Jun. 2011 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Mar. 2011
Total U.S. Smartphone Subscribers Ages 13+
Source: comScore MobiLens
|Share (%) of Smartphone Subscribers|
|Total Smartphone Subscribers||100.0%||100.0%||N/A|