Google’s mobile OS continues is unstoppable growth in the key US market, with the latest ComScore data seeing it finally overtake BlackBerry maker RIM to seize the top spot in smartphone subscriber market share.
The data shows that Android has rapidly increased its share of the smartphone market from 26% in November 2010 to 33% by February of 2011, while RIM fell from 33.5% to 28.69%.
Here’s all that and more in a simple table:
Microsoft won’t be happy to have dropped market share after its high-profile launch of Windows Phone 7 just before that reporting period began. Where will it all end for Android? Read the full report here.