Sunday, May 08, 2011 Jun Harefa , 0 Comments
Last January, the phone Android shift the BlackBerry as the most popular handset in the U.S. with 31.2 percent market share grab. Today, comScore noted, Android managed to increase that figure to 34.7 percent at the end of March. Similarly, as reported by the Straits Times, Saturday (5/7/2011).
At the same time, the BlackBerry, which produced a Canadian company Research In Motion (RIM), only record 27.1 percent U.S. market share. While Apple's iPhone RIM pride stalking in third place (25.5 percent).
Meanwhile, comScore also noted that Samsung is the number one mobile phone vendor in the U.S. with 24.5 percent market share. Followed by LG (20.9 percent), Motorola (15.8 percent), RIM (8.4 percent) and Apple (7.9 percent).
Based on comScore notes, until the end of March 2011 there were 234 million U.S. residents who have mobile devices. While the number of smartphone ownership increased 15 percent to 72.5 million.