- Nov 27, 2012
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According to recent data coming from market research firm comScore, it seems that the iPhone accounted for 43.5 percent of U.S. smartphone subscriber share between March and May, which represents an increase of almost 2 percent. Apple has seen an identical gain for the three-month period ending in April.
Rival Samsung maintained the second position with a 28.7-percent share of the market, up 0.1 percent from February. LG, Motorola and HTC were on the third, fourth and fifth positions with their market share slightly decreasing.
When it comes to mobile operating systems, Android is still the leader at 52.1 percent while Apple's iOS placed second with the same market share as in the Top Smartphone OEMs report.