Jul 5th, 2011

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.

[Via comScore]

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