When it comes to overall smartphone market share in the U.S., Apple still trails Android by nearly 10%.But if we break out market share figures across individual Android OEMs, it’s clear that the iPhone still reigns supreme by a wide margin. What’s more, Samsung, while still the top purveyor of Android handsets, is slowly but surely losing market share to other Android handset manufacturers.
According to recent data compiled by comScore, the iPhone’s share of the U.S. smartphone market now checks in at 43.6%. Following not too closely behind is Samsung with a 27.6% share of the market. And pulling up the rear, we have LG and Motorola who have respective market shares of 9.4% and 4.8%.