Jul 28th, 2011

We’ve come to get used to this by now, but here it is anyway – Android was the top smartphone in terms of US smartphone market share in Q2, eating up 39% of the pie. Apple’s iOS sat a tad lower at 28%. Meanwhile, Microsoft only accounted for 9% (WP7 and WM combined) and Palm and Nokia’s OS both got 2% each. As for top OEMs, Apple remains in first with RIM and HTC tied at second. Samsung and Motorola have a bit of catching up to do at 10% and 11%, respectively. [Nielsen]