Analytics company comScroe has released its May 2013 MobiLens report, tabulating key trends in the U.S. smartphone industry. The report shows little changes in the smartphone market shares.
Apple still remains the top smartphone manufacturer in the U.S. with 39.2 percent OEM market share. In second place is Samsung, with 23.0 percent OEM market share. The growth rate of Apple is, however, slower than Samsung, which stands at 0.3 percent and 1.7 percent respectively in the last three months. Market share of HTC, Motorola and LG have declined in the same period.
On the smartphone platform market Android has retained its lead in the three month period ending May 2013. The U.S. market share of Android stood at 52.4 percent, when Apple took 39.2 percent of customers. Both of the platforms were seeing marginal growth rates. The other platforms – including BlackBerry, Windows Phone ans Symbian – were experiencing declining trends.
The number of smartphone users in the U.S. surpassed 140 million in May, according comScore.
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