comScore has issued its report on Thursday that shows that Apple is leading the smartphone market share as top OEM manufacturer with 39% shares. While Android is ranked top OS for smartphone market platform with 52 percent shares.
comScore, Inc. issued its latest report for three months average of smartphone market shares ending April 2013. Apple is still on top as manufacturer for smartphone OEM market share. First position to Apple is given for its 39.2% share holdings of U.S. smartphone subscribers market. Apple has improved its position from previous one. As three months before, in January, Apple is at 37.8% shares. It means that Apple is up now with 1.4% more shares since January. This is because total number of people using smartphones U.S. also goes up 7% with an aggregate amount of 138.5 million people.
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Samsung is on 2nd position holding 22% U.S. smartphone market share again with an upward grwoth of 0.6% percent. 3rd position is given to HTC holding 8.9 percent share. While just with a slightly lower share percentage of 8.3%, Motorola is on 4th while LG is 5th with 6.7 percent market shares.
While if we go for famous operating systems used in these smartphones, Android is far much away from others. Android is ranked 1st for market shares of smartphone platforms. Google Android is again on top with 52% market share but with a downward trend. As Android market share goes down by 0.3% since January. Apple is given 2nd position with 39.2% share holdings that get increased by 1.4% from previous one. Third position is taken by BlackBerry with 5.1% shares with a downward trend as 0.8% shares decreased since January. Microsoft also looses 0.1% share and now at 4th with 3% shares. While Symbian is 5th with same 0.5% shares.