January 02, 2012

U.S Samsung Marketshare Increased

Samsung's ambition to take the smartphone market in the United States (USA) more lasting. South Korean vendors were successful in increasing its share of the smartphone market in the U.S..

ComScore research institute, conducted the study from September to November 2011 in the U.S.. According to the survey, there are 234 million people of smartphone users aged 13 years and over. The results of research puts the Samsung as a manufacturer's most popular,
followed by LG, Motorola, Apple and Research In Motion (RIM).

From five manufacturers, only Samsung and Apple have managed to increase market pang in the period September to November 2011. Samsung's market share rose 0.3 percent to 25.6 percent (the percentage of the number of mobile service subscribers). While Apple, who finished fourth gain market share 11.2 percent, up 1.4 percent compared to August 2011 last month.

LG and Motorola is ranked 2 and 3 with the market 21 percent and 14 percent. Sales of LG and Motorola is experiencing a decrease, respectively 0.5 percent and 0.3 percent. While RIM as BlackBerry manufacturer, entrenched in positions 5 with 6.5 percent market share. RIM lost 0.6 percent market share, when compared to August 2011.

Beginning in December 2011, Samsung has stated that they managed to sell more than 300 million mobile devices in 2011. These achievements as well as a new record in the history of the company.