ComScore Reports July Smart Cell Phones Market Share

ComScore Reports the July martket shares of 5 Smart Cell Phones in U.S..

Online PR News – 31-August-2011 – – According to ComScore service data, 82.2 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones during the three months ending in July 2011, up 10% from the preceding three month period.

This Tuesday, ComScore reported the market shares of the top 5 Smart Cell Phones in U.S.. Google Android Cell Phones ranked first of 41.8% in the Smartphone platform; Apple came next of 27.0% of the Smartphone market; RIM ranked third with 21.7% share, followed by Microsoft 5.7% and Symbian 1.9%.
Smart cell phones are popular these days with their various useful applications. Generally, smart phones enable people more than to talk on the phone, text messages. Smart cell phones are also used as a small camera to take photos; or used as a handheld PC tablet to get access to social networking sites or blogs, etc.. In short, people can do a lot with a smart phone at hand.

ComScore report also showed how people used their smart cell phones in July. On smart mobile phones, about 70% mobile users used text messaging; 41.4% used browsers; 40.6% downloaded applications; 30.1% for accessing of social networking sites or blogs; 27.8% for game-playing; and 20.3% listened to music.

Smart phones also take a large share in the Chinese market now. In China, cell phone manufacturers tend to provide more smart phones to meet the need. Android Cell Phones are also hot selling items in China. Most Android Cell Phones in Chinese market are of Android 2.1 or Android 2.2.

For most Chinese, it is too expensive to get an Android Cell Phone with the newest Android system like Android 2.4 Gingerbread or Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Chinese people are talking about Android phones, but they normal get Android phones at eBay, Amazon, or ecommerce sites like for discount Android Cell Phones. Sure, they know that they are not that good as Google Android Cell Phones or HTC Android Cell Phones.