Windows Phone And IOS Show Slight Gains In U.S. Market Share

Posted: Oct 8 2014, 2:15pm CDT | by , in Reviews | Other Stuff

 

Windows Phone and iOS show slight gains in U.S. market share
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Android remained on top with 52% of the stateside smartphone market.

The most recent sample of the overall industry figures has been discharged by Comscore, and it demonstrates that Windows Phone and ios had slight increments in US piece of the overall industry for the three months finished in August. Android, be that as it may, stayed on top with 52% of the stateside cell phone market. That is down an insignificant .1 rate point from the three months finished in May. Apple’s ios grabbed the .1 rate point that Android lost, bringing its US piece of the pie to 42%.

With 3.5% of the US cell phone market for the three months finished in August, Microsoft's Windows Phone additionally added .1 % point from its May perusing. Blackberry and Symbian were both level for the three months finished in August at 2.3% and 0.1%, separately. Blackberry had a stable three months after a time of declining piece of the overall industry, and this could be a sign that the organization is balanced for a turnaround.

Taking a gander at the maker's piece of the pie, Apple had 42% of the U.s. cell phone market for the three months finished in August. That is up from the 41.9% of the market that the iphone possessed for the three months finished in May. Samsung had an incredible three months, adding 1.1 rate focuses to control 28.9% of the stateside cell phone market for the three months finished in August. That cuts Apple's lead over its opponent to 13.1 rate focuses from 14.1 rate focuses.

source: comscore

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