May 02, 2013

Apple and Samsung Dominate US Smartphone Market

Apple and Samsung Dominate US Smartphone Market

News and Reviews Gadget Technology - Apple and Samsung Dominate US Smartphone Market

With increased media access requirements are increasingly mushrooming, many smartphone manufacturers continue to compete for control of market dominance. Until this year, there are many gadgets smartphones released and offers a variety of technologies and features that are attractive.

As reported, in the US smartphone gadget market is dominated by two giant smart phone manufacturers. They are Samsung and Apple. This fact is based on the most recent comScore study showing that there has been no shift podium in rows of brand devices and mobile operating system used in the last three months.

The fact is that until May 2013, Apple recorded still perched in first as gadget manufacturers of the most widely used smartphone in the United States with a market share of 39.2 percent, up 0.3 points from the previous quarter. Samsung second place with a share of 23 percent, up 1.7 points compared to the previous three-month period.

Following below Apple and Samsung, Manufacturers gadget smartphone from Thailand, HTC then Motorola, and LG. Adoption of the three brands were down respectively 8.7 percent, 7.8 percent and 6.7 percent.

Google Android and iOS mobile operating system became the most widely used smartphone gadget today. At least in the last three months ending May 2013, the number of users of Android Operation System up 0.7 points from the previous three-month period to 52.4 percent.

Apple with iOS buatnnya was second with a share of 39.2 percent. Meanwhile Blackberry, Microsoft and Symbian market share decline, respectively to 4.8 percent, 3 percent and 0.4 percent. Thus quoted from Cnet, on Monday (01/07/2013).

Conclusion Overall, more Americans are choosing gadget smartphone as a mobile device of their choice. In the past three months, there were 141 million people in the US who have a smartphone, its share reached 59 percent of the mobile market penetration in the US