Stats from Nielsen shows Android surges to top in the U.S. Smartphone market pushing iOS and RIM back comparing the previous
Previous analysis from July-September 2010 resulted in a different stats where iOS got 33%, 26% chose an Android and 13% told they need a BlackBerry. But now the things are changing as below,
According to the latest figures, 31 percent of consumers who plan to get a new smartphone indicated Android was now their preferred OS. Apple’s iOS has slipped slightly in popularity to 30 percent and RIM Blackberry is down to 11 percent. Almost 20 percent of consumers are unsure of what to choose next.
Apart from these Android still rules the U.S. Smartphone market share too. Android gets 37% of the share while iOS and RIM manages 27% and 22% respectively.