comScore, the popular Internet statistics firm, released its update on the smartphone market in the United States. Between the second and third quarter, the market share (market share) of Android has greatly increased, gaining 4.4 points. That of IOS is also up, but only 1 point. Android is well ahead with 46.3% of the American market, arrogating IOS 28.1%.
Behind these two leaders, others are struggling. RIM lost 4.5 points in three months and came under the 20% market share. Microsoft also declined, reflecting the failure of Windows Phone (-0.3 points). Symbian, abandoned, loses 0.3 points and no higher than 1.6% market share.
In the constructors’ championship, finished first Samsung, now a pdm unchanged (25.5%), followed by LG (20.3%). Apple is the fourth increase of 1.3 points, while the iPhone 4S was not for sale. RIM on the other hand, loses a point.