According to the latest quarterly statistics showing US smartphone market share, Google’s Android remains on top of the smartphone pack, with a gain in share of almost 8 percent over the period. This gives Android a solid 32.2% of the US market. RIM is in the second place with 30.4% of the market, but after a 5 percent drop in share. Apple’s share of the market (24.7%) remained largely unchanged for third place.
This was the first period tracked by comScore since the debut of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7. Windows Phone 7 dropped almost 2 percent over the period (from (9.7%) [source]