According to the comScore report for May, 2011 consumers are picking up more Samsung devices than any other mobile manufacturer in the U.S. As it currently stands, Samsung has 24.8% of the mobile market, followed by LG with 21.1 and Motorola with 15.1%. And when we’re talking about smartphones, those top 3 just so happen to use Android as their platform of choice.
Trailing behind in 4th and 3rd place was Apple with 8.7% and RIM with 8.1% of the market share. The only companies seeing any sort of negative change in market share were Motorola who was down -1% and RIM (Blackberry) down -.5%.
With Samsung’s Galaxy S II already breaking records and gearing up for a U.S. release later this year, its going to be interesting to watch how much of a lead they grab from other OEM’s. Strangely absent from this report was HTC. I heard they’ve been doing quite well for themselves this year.