/customers/mobilegamesblog.com/mobilegamesblog.com/httpd.www/blog3/wp-content/plugins/wp-cache/wp-cache-phase1.php ComScore: US Smartphone Userbase Increased With 60% « MobileGamesBlog
Logo
header

«

»

ComScore: US Smartphone Userbase Increased With 60%

February 9th, 2011 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Research & Stats | No Comments »

Comscore has released it’s latest US smartphone market metrics through their MobileLens report. Android continues to grow in the market while Samsung is now the leading OEM.

In Q4 2010, Samsung owned 24.8% of the US “Mobile Phone” market followed by LG at 20.9% and Motorola at 16.7%. RIM has bumped down to 8.5% and Nokia is stuck at 7% of the market. Apple is not listed in the top 5.

Looking at the US “Smartphone” market however, RIM keeps leading the market at 31.6%. Google owns 28.7%, Apple owns 25%, Microsoft owns 8.4% and HP/Palm owns 3.7%. Google’s share grew with 7.3% and Apple’s share grew 0.7%.

All the other smartphone platforms lost market share. RIM was the biggest loser as it lost 5.7%. Microsoft lost 1.5% which is remarkable since the company introduced Windows Phone 7 in that period.

    Leave a Reply

    Comments Protected by WP-SpamShield for WordPress

    RSS

    Twitter

    Facebook

    Ovi



    Disclaimer:

    Arjan Olsder is the Vice President of Pixalon Studios. Opinions expressed on this publication do not have to represent those of Pixalon Studios.

    Partnerships:

    Contact Us:

    Other (Dutch) Publications:

    Copyright 2004-2010 Digishock Publishing. All Rights Reverved.