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comScore: Windows Phone finally surpasses BlackBerry in U.S. smartphone market share

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 07 Mar 2014 23:42 User comments (1)

comScore: Windows Phone finally surpasses BlackBerry in U.S. smartphone market share According to comScore's latest U.S. smartphone data, Windows Phone has finally surpassed BlackBerry for the third spot in the market.
Apple led the way with 41.6 percent share as far as OEMs go, beating out Samsung at 26.7 percent (a new high for them), LG, Motorola and HTC.

Android took a small dive to 51.7 percent, while Apple rose a full percentage point to its 41.6 percent share. Microsoft remained completely flat at 3.2 percent while BlackBerry fell to 3.1 percent, continuing its eventual trend to zero. Symbian retained fractional share.

LG increased to 6.9 percent, Motorola dropped to 6.4 percent and HTC fell 20 percent to 5.4 percent.

Overall, 159.8 million Americans had smartphones, up 7 percent from the previous quarter.

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1 user comment

114.3.2014 23:21

Wow! All of those people like being monitored by the NSA...lol

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