Posts Tagged ‘comscore’
Most Recent
post image

comScore: Android is still the top smartphone platform in the U.S. with 52.2% marketshare

by: Jimmy WestenbergJune 5, 2015
comScore has just released a new smartphone subscriber marketshare report for the three months leading up to April 2015, revealing that Android is still the top smartphone platform in the United States with 52.2 % marketshare.
post image

comScore: HTC still among the top 3 smartphone brands in the United States, but can it last?

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2013
Despite the company's troubles, HTC still remains among the top 3 smartphones brands in the U.S. We have to wonder though, with LG and Motorola not terribly far behind, can HTC hold on to this position?
post image

comScore: Apple and Samsung smartphone shares keep growing in the U.S. at the expense of everyone else

by: Chris SmithMay 3, 2013
A new comScore report reveals U.S. smartphone market share numbers for March 2013, with Apple and Samsung increasing their lead at the expense of everyone else. Check out the numbers!
post image

Q4 smartphone numbers are in: Android rockin’ 53.4% of US market share

by: Derek RossFebruary 6, 2013

Thanks to comScore’s latest report, which ranks platform market share as well as the top five U.S hardware OEMs, the numbers are in for the final quarter of 2012. Nearly 126 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones between September 1st and December 31st, representing a 5% growth from Q3 2012.

On the platform front, Android is still dominating with a massive 53.4%, growing slightly from last quarter by 0.9%. Apple comes in at second place with 36.6%, growing 2% over the past 3 months. Both BlackBerry and Windows Phone continued to decline between Q3 and Q4 falling a few percentage points each.

Besides sheer market share, comScore also monitors [...]

post image

Comscore: EU5 smartphone penetration rate now 55%, smartphone audience grows to 131 million

by: AdrianDecember 17, 2012
Based on a three-month research ending in October, Comscore estimates smartphone penetration has reached 54.6% in the five leading European countries, which is a full 13% rise compared with last year.
post image

comScore: American mobile subscribers still prefer Samsung and Android

by: Bams SadewoNovember 3, 2012
The latest comScore report on the mobile subscriber market share in the U.S. is out. Collected from over 30,000 mobile subscribers in the country, the trends haven’t changed much in the past months, so we’re seeing the same faces on top of the lists (hint: Samsung and Android).
post image

comScore: Android bags 64% smartphone market share in Japan, way ahead of you-know-what

by: Bams SadewoAugust 21, 2012
Another day, another region to conquer. When it comes to the preferences of smartphone buyers in Japan, it seems they like their gadgets to come in Android flavor.
post image

3 out of 5 first-time smartphone owners in the US choose Android

by: Ankit BanerjeeJuly 27, 2012

Siegfried Lundberg/Flickr

There are many reasons why Android is the most popular operating system around, ranging from its open source nature to its availability to all consumers, regardless of financial capability. Android has been dominating the smartphone market across the world. We know about how Android’s market share in Spain is a whopping 84%, and around 50% in the US. But that number is all set to grow, although slowly, if a new report by Comscore is any indication.

Comscore, an internet marketing research company, has just released a report, which states that 62% of first-time smartphone owners choose Android devices, with 25% picking iOS. Granted, this [...]

post image

comScore: Android dominates with 51% US market share, Samsung still top OEM

by: Bams SadewoMay 2, 2012

Do you happen to have 30,000 friends on Facebook and wonder about which smartphone they use and what they use it for? comScore is here to answer those questions and more. The research firm has released the result of its latest study on key trends in US mobile phone industry, which surveyed more than 30,000 smartphone owners in the country on what handset they use, their platform of choice, and what their mobile habits are.

There’s no change at the top in the OEM market share, with Samsung standing firm as the top phone brand among US mobile subscribers. In Q1 2012, Samsung grabbed a 26% market share, which is a 0.7% increase over Q4 2011. LG is second on the list with [...]

post image

comScore: Android and Samsung Top Choices Among Smartphone Subscribers in US

by: Bams SadewoMarch 7, 2012


The next time you are caught in a heated debate with your non-Android buddies over which platform is on top, you may want to quote the latest quarterly data on key trends in the US mobile phone industry, which was just released by comScore MobiLens for the period ending January 2012.

The survey reveals that, in U.S., Android OS still holds a commanding lead over other mobile platforms, securing 48.6% of the smartphone market. This is a 2.3% increase from the previous quarter. Taking second place is Apple’s iOS, which grabbed a 29.5% market share, an improvement of 1.4 percentage points. The third and fourth positions are held by RIM and Microsoft, [...]

lg g3 knock code aa (3 of 6)
Nougat is here, though getting it to all devices is a whole other story.
Xiaomi Mi Box
Android N logo AA
Fitbit Charge 2 vs Charge HR AA 1
iPhone 7 back gold top camera logo
google pixel and pixel xl first look hands on together aa
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Unboxing-14
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Notetaking)-4
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Notetaking)-15
google pixel xl initial review aa (18 of 48) fingerprint nexus imprint
Google Pixel XL International Giveaway!
Poll of the week
Recent Reviews
google pixel xl initial review aa (19 of 48) front featured
Google Pixel XL initial review: first 48 hours
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Olympic Games Limited Edition overview
samsung galaxy note 7 review aa (5 of 20)
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review (updated)
Nubia Z11 Review-16
Nubia Z11 review
Buyer’s Guide
Best Android phones (October 2016): our picks, plus a giveaway