Apple continues to dominate as the top smartphone OEM in the U.S., with a 39.9% share of the market in the second quarter of 2013. However, Samsung continues to make gains, more quickly than Apple.
Rounding out the top five are HTC, Motorola, and LG, all of which lost share once again.
In the platform space, Google is still first courtesy of Android, Apple is second with iOS, but the latter continues to gain on the former. For the first time, Apple’s gains in the hardware space resulted in Android neither gaining nor losing share. Rounding out the top five are BlackBerry, Microsoft, and Symbian.
This data all comes from market research firm comScore, which collected the data from their regular surveys of 30,000 mobile subscribers in the U.S. The firm says 142 million Americans owned smartphones in June, up 4% since March.
Among the top 5 smartphone OEMs, Apple gained 0.9% in terms of smartphone subscribers, while Samsung grabbed another 2%. HTC dropped 0.5%, Motorola was down 1.3%, and LG dropped 0.2%.
The iPhone 5 is keeping Apple up top, along with assistance from the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. However, Samsung, with such products as their new Galaxy S4, continues to push back.
On the Operating System side, Google’s Android of course dominates, but Apple continues to make steady gains. Google stayed pat from March to June, with 52% of the OS market, while Apple increased its share by 0.9% moving up from 39% to 39.9%.
BlackBerry’s woes continued as it was down 0.8 points to 4.4%, Microsoft inched up 0.1 points for 3.1%, and Symbian slipped 0.2% to a 0.3% share.