US Smartphone Subscribers Hits 100 Million, Android Makes Up Nearly Half

Comscore has just released a new report for smartphone popularity in the US, and according to the report there are now more than 100 million smartphone subscribers in the US.

They also released some information on what platforms make up these 100 million smartphone users, and by the looks of it Google’s Android OS is in the top spot with a 48.6 percent share of the market.

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

In second place is Apple with their iOS which makes up 29.5 percent of the market, which is then followed by RIM with a 15.2 percent share and then Microsoft with a 4.4 percent share.

You can find out more details on the market share of the various mobile operating systems over at ComScore.

Source Engadget, The Verge

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