Android Passes BlackBerry in U.S. Smartphone Survey

Monday May 9th 2011 by Staff

According to comScore, 34.7 percent of the smarphones in use in the U.S. run Android.

Computerworld: According to comScore's report for the first quarter of 2011, Google's Android has overtaken RIM's BlackBerry as the most popular smartphone operating system in use in the U.S. The research firm found that 34.7 percent of the 72.5 million smartphones in the U.S. run Android, compared to 27.1 percent that run BlackBerry and 25.5 percent that run Apple's iOS. Compared to the quarter before, Android and iOS gained market share, while BlackBerry, Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 and Palm's WebOS dropped.

Globally, Nokia holds the top spot.

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