Android chips away at US BlackBerry, iPhone shares


TS Evangelist
ComScore has released updated rankings for the US mobile device market, showing that Android has continued its strong growth. Some 234 million Americans aged 13 and up used cell phones during the three months ending in July. Samsung, LG and Motorola were neck and neck in OEM share, with splits of 23.1%, 21.2% and 19.8%, respectively. RIM claimed fourth place with 9%, and Nokia took a 7.8% cut of the US handset market.

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Well, if you add all those numbers you would se that the top smartphone platforms as a whole has lost 0.3%. In fact Android was the only os that kept the smartphone market from falling with an average 1%.