Up 17 points from last year, Android is now on 50.4 percent of all smartphones in America. The research firm says there are now 104 million smartphone users in the nation.
iPhone ownership has grown, as well, now taking 30 percent share, up 5 points from last year.
RIM, the maker of BlackBerrys, fell to 13 percent share, and Microsoft took 4 percent share. RIM has seen the largest decline over the years, falling from over 40 percent in 2008 before the launch of the iPhone to its 13 percent today.
Microsoft, with a new partnership with Nokia, is looking to take more share of the smartphone market and the Nokia Lumia 900 for AT&T is the group's first flagship for the U.S.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 3 Apr 2012 22:12