Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Android, iPhone, BlackBerry Split the U.S. Smartphone Market | Ina Fried | Mobilized | AllThingsD

Analysis of the latest Nielsen numbers

But those numbers tell only part of the story, since they focus on what phones are currently out in the market overall. More indicative of the future (and less rosy for RIM) are the stats on recent phone purchasers.

Those figures show Android attracting more than 40 percent of new smartphone buyers, with 26.9 percent opting for an iPhone and 19.2 percent choosing a BlackBerry. Consider how that has changed since June 2010, when BlackBerry was garnering 35 percent of new smartphone buyers and Android accounted for 27.5 percent.

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Android, iPhone, BlackBerry Split the U.S. Smartphone Market | Ina Fried | Mobilized | AllThingsD

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