The mobile phone market in the United States is dominated by two smartphone models, the mobile phone with Android and iPhone operating system. Both a smartphone idol in his country is Barack Obama. Android and iPhone Dominate Mobile Markets U.S.
Based on the latest Nielsen research, of the total cellular subscribers in the U.S., as much as 49.7 percent of the smartphone users. Of that amount, the most widely used smartphone is Android and Apple iPhone devices.
As many as 48 percent of smartphone users are users of Android devices. Apple is under them, namely 32.1 percent. While 11.6 percent of BlackBerry users and the rest are other smartphone users. Android and iPhone Dominate Mobile Markets U.S.
Nielsen’s latest research results is not much different from the results of research conducted by comScore, which released on March 6, 2012 last. ComScore research for three months, which began in January 2012.
From the comScore study, as much as 48.6 percent of smartphone users to use the Android, and Apple 29.5 percent, 15.2 percent of the BlackBerry, and Windows Phone 4.4 percent.
Nielsen predicts Apple will experience a surge in iPhone 5 users after its launch. The reason, of the results of research, Nielsen had found that users of Apple rose 25.1 percent within three months after the iPhone 4S is launched. Android and iPhone Dominate Mobile Markets U.S.
Is an Android or iPhone easier to manage for the average person?