Comscore released Mobile Subscriber Market Share stats surveying over 30,000 mobile subscribers in US for quarter ending on October 12th 2012.
Samsung is leading the mobile subscriber market with total of 26.3 percent, followed by Apple with 17.8 percent and LG very closely at 17.6 percent share. Motorola kept its fourth place with decent 11 percent and HTC followed with 6 percent market share.
The fastest growing in this quarter was Apple with solid 1.5 percent increase from 16.3 percent. If only Apple produced a wider variety of smartphones…
The most popular and also fastest growing mobile operating system is Android. Google’s os covers 53.6 percent of US market, up by 1.4 percent from last quarter. Apple’s iOS increased by 0.9 percent to commendable 34.3 percent. RIM is still loosing the subscribers share in US as they haven’t been making new Blackberries and loosing corporate clientele. As of October 12th their market share sits on 7.8 percent. Last one is Symbian with declining 0.6 percent.
- Samsung gains 18.4% in Q3 tablet market share
- Android still rising
- Q2 PC Sales stats
- Android Versions and stats
- Apple iPhone losing China
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