iPhone didn’t hurt Android with 35-percent of US smartphone share in November

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Apple bounce back from its October downturn when most of the fanboys are just waiting for the iPhone 5 to hit the shelves. ComScore reveals the November smartphone market share in the US where notably the iPhone takes 35-percent of the pie chart.

Accordingly, the increase on its share isn’t just about the release of iPhone 5 but how it became available rapidly to carriers and retailers.

However, though iPhone took a significant increase of share its main rival, Android is still comfortably on top with 53.7-percent considering that its share has minor increase from the month of October. Certainly, Apple’s gain didn’t hurt Android.

Now on individual manufacturer war, Samsung still lead the pack with 26.9-percent, followed by its main rival Apple with 18.5-percent, a considerable 1.4-percent change over 1.2-percent of Samsung on same period. LG, Motorola and HTC shares were on down trend with 17.5-, 10.4- and 5.9- percent, respectively.

Source: ComScore

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