Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

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Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

Samsung's Galaxy S3.

(Credit: Samsung)

Samsung continues to reign over the rest of the mobile-phone industry in the U.S., according to the latest stats from ComScore.

Looking at the three months ending with November, Samsung won 26.9 percent of all mobile subscribers in the U.S., a 1.2 point gain from the prior three-month period. Apple took home second place with 18.5 percent of the market, a gain of 1.4 points.

Samsung continues to wear the crown, but its share hasn’t grown much from a year ago. In contrast, Apple has slowly been rising up the ranks. For the three months ending with November 2011, Samsung’s U.S. mobile share was 25.6 percent. At the same time, Apple was in fourth place with a share of just 11.2 percent.

Samsung has enjoyed huge demand for its Galaxy S3 smartphone. But the iPhone 5 has given Apple a big boost. Some analysts … [Read more]

Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

Samsung still rules U.S. mobile market

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