According to a recent report by research firm Nielsen, Google’s Android platform is now on 51.8 percent of US smartphones, this is for the second quarter of 2012.
The report also says that of all the smartphones purchased over the last three months, Android made up a total of 54.6 percent of all new smartphones.
In second place is Apple’s iOS platform which now make us 34.3 percent of US smartphones, and for the same three month period made up 36.3 percent of all new smartphones sold.
Out of all the manufacturers, Apple is still in top place with a 34 percent share of the market, it is then followed by Samsung who has a 17 percent share, and then HTC with 14 percent and Motorola with an 11 percent share.
Source NielsenFiled Under: Android News, Technology News