On March 7, comScore announced their most recent smartphone market share results. According to their data, Android now has largest share of the smartphone market in the U.S., replacing RIM.
Android now has a 31% share, up 7.7% from the three month period ended in October 2010. RIM’s (Blackberry) share fell 5.4% with 30.4% of the market share. Apple gained 0.1% and remains in third place, with a 24.7% share.
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