Samsung gains more market share in the US as Android continues to dominate
comScore has released its latest monthly report on the smartphone market in the U.S., and the report shows that Samsung is continuing to increase its share of one of the world’s most important smartphone markets. The Korean manufacturer now holds 25.4 percent of the market, with an increase of 1.3 percent over the previous quarter, coming in behind Apple, which reigns supreme with a 40.6 share that was mostly stagnant compared over the course of three months.
Samsung’s home competitor LG lost some share to Motorola, while Android continued to dominate with a 52.2 percent share of the market. Hit the source link for more details on how different operating systems and manufacturers fared in the last three months.