Android Earns More Smartphone Market Share, IOS Down

Posted: Jul 8 2010, 1:33pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:18am CDT, in News | Technology News

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ComScore has just sent out a press release announcing the conclusion of their latest three month US mobile phone industry survey. They ranked the leading OEMs and OS platforms. Samsung is on top of the OEM list with 22.4% of the market, followed by LG with 21.5% and Motorola with 21.2%.

The top smartphone platform is still RIM, with 41.7% of the market. That represents a .4% drop since February. Apple's iOS was also down; from 25.4% in February to 24.4% now. Microsoft dropped down from 15.1% to 13.2%, while Android leapt up 4% and now controls 13% of the US market. ComScore's next report should see Android finally overtake WinMo.

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