ComScore today released data showing that Apple’s iPhone has 40.6 percent of the US smartphone usage share. Android is leading the way with 52.2, but that’s still quite impressive considering the fact that there are many more Android devices available for purchase than there are iPhones.
Most of those Android handsets, however, are Samsung devices. According to the report, Samsung’s devices make up about 25.4 percent of the market. Motorola, HTC and LG become almost irrelevant in the single-digit numbers when compared to the two leaders.
BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Symbian are far behind in terms of software share, too. Android and iOS are so large that they make up 92.8 percent of the mobile phone market.
You can read the full report here.