New information said that smartphones account for the majority of the latest mobile phone purchases in the United States.
According to newest US data of Nielsen covering the month of May 2011, 38% of the entire US mobile phone owners currently have a smartphone, with iPhone of Apple having revealed the most increase in current months.
In United States, 55% who bought a latest handset in the previous three months stated purchasing a smartphone rather than a feature phone up from 34% a year ago. Android goes on to be the most well-liked smartphone operating system. According to the information, the acquisitions of iPhones have increased in number the most in current months.
Earlier in the week, a different analyst report showed that the Android share of the smartphone operation system market in the US from Google went down slightly in the first quarter of this year.
The share of Android in the market was at 52.4% at the last part of previous year and had reduced to 49.5% by March, the figures from market intelligence firm IDC showed.
iPhone increased its share of the market over no different time, increasing from 17.2% to 29.5%. Blackberry of RIM went on the steady decline which has been ongoing for over a year, going down from 37.8% of the market a year ago to only 13.8% in March.