Android Holds More Than Half U.S. Smartphone Market
According to new research from comScore, devices running Android and iOS make up more than 80% of all smartphones in the U.S.
Android experienced a growth of 3.2 percent of total smartphones in the
three month period between November and February, while iOS saw growth
of 1.5 percent. The study also found that Samsung is the largest
manufacturer in the U.S. with 25.6 percent of all smartphones, followed
by LG at 19.4 and Apple at 13.5. There are 235 million Americans who
have mobile subscriptions, and half of them use smartphones. That's a whole lot of data plans.