comScore reports December 2012 US smartphone market share

by Jared Peters on
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We love statistics on smartphones. It’s always fun to see what’s popular in the smartphone market, and what’s becoming more popular. comScore always gives us some great numbers to analyze, and they’ve just released their stats for the US smartphone market from a period starting in September 2012 and ending in December 2012. According to their report, a massive 125.9 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones, up about 5% from September. Samsung pulled in about 21% of the market, up from 18.7%, and HTC pulled up with second-place in Android OEMs with 10.2%, down from 12% three months prior. Overall, Android ran on 53.4% of all smartphones, which was up a minor 0.9%. Apple’s number spot with 36.3% was still quite a ways behind. Nothing too surprising with these reports, but it’ll be interesting to see if there’s still room for growth with the wave of new Android phones set to be released later this year.

source: comScore

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  • Sathishkumar.V

    Hello, what about LG and Sony smartphones?