comScore yesterday released data from its MobiLens service that emphasized on the trends in the United States mobile market. The data reflects for three months ending November 2011 and includes more than 30,000 U.S. subscribers.
According to the survey, Samsung’s market share grew by 0.3 percent to 25.6 percent in the last three months. Samsung was trailed by its Korean archrival LG Electronics followed by Motorola, Apple and RIM.
On the OS front, Google’s Android OS led the pack with 46.9 percent market share which was trailed by Apple, RIM, Microsoft and Symbian.