Android and Samsung Mastered the US. Market

Android operating system made by Google remains the number one choice as the basis for smart phones in the United States until the end of 2011. The Samsung became the best-selling mobile phone brands.

Approximately 46.9 percent of smart phones in the U.S. using the Android operating system. That figure is up 3.1 percent over the previous three months, according to data released by comScore. The second rank is occupied by the iOS from Apple with 28.7 percent, up 1.4 percent. While RIM, BlackBerry maker, in third position with 16.6 percent, down 3.1 percent.

Completing the top five any Microsoft Windows Phone with 5.2 percent, down 0.5 percent, and the Symbian operating system ranked fifth with 1.5 percent, down 0.3 percent.

Android and iOS dominance is expected to continue in 2012. According to statistical data Flurry, after Christmas, there is increasing 353 percent smart phone for activation.

While on a 1 to 20 December 2011, the average activation of Android phones and iPhones around 1.5 million units per day, the week of Christmas and New Year holiday surged to 6.8 million units.

Meanwhile, the final version of Android aka Ice Cream Sandwiches start commercialized in the United States on December 15, 2011. Samsung Galaxy Nexus becomes first phone to use that version.

The high public interest against the Android-based smart phones to make some other vendors planning to release phones that support the Ice Cream Sandwich.

Meanwhile, from all kinds of phones are sold throughout 2011, including smart phones, Samsung's market share in the United States with a value of 25.6 percent, up 0.3 percent.

Interestingly, LG and Motorola turned out to master the second and third position as the best selling mobile phones in Uncle Sam's country. So, where Apple's position?

According to comScore, Apple is ranked fourth with 11.2 percent market share, up 1.4 percent. BlackBerry from RIM in fifth with 6.5 percent, down 0.6 percent.

In the last month, Samsung has stated they managed to sell more than 300 million mobile phone units in 2011 worldwide. This is a new sales record for the Samsung.

The most frequently used features of this phone is a feature to send SMS, which is about 72.6 percent, as comScore poll conducted against 30 thousand respondents.

Downloading applications is also an activity that is high enough, ie as much as 44.9 percent of respondents claimed to download various applications. As for surfing in cyberspace as much as 44.4 percent. *** [PCMAG | CNET | FIRMAN | KORAN TEMPO 3752]
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