As noted by the research firm ComScore , in the U.S., operating platforms of Apple iPhone OS and Google’s Android are continuing to win market share to RIM’s BlackBerry and Symbian to Nokia.
The report, which covers a period of three months ending in May of 2012, reveals that Apple has gained an additional 1.7 percent of the market while Google gained 0.8 percent. Android is still the number one platform for smartphones in the U.S. with 50.9 percent, while iOS is in second place with 31.9 percent.
Both platforms have continued to steal market share from RIM, the BlackBerry declined by about 2 percentage points. Symbian Nokia fell by 0.4 points. Slight reversal in which Microsoft was able to earn only 0.1 percent ottenedo, in total, 4 percent of the smartphone market.The launch of the Nokia 900 does not Lumia has certainly upset the market, but it seems to have helped the company maintain its share.
The announcement of the postponement to next year’s platform, the RIM BlackBerry 10 should result in a further loss of market share by the Canadian company in favor of Google and Apple.
As for the producers noted that Apple gains a .5% compared to February and Motorola, which lost 0.8%.