North America Smartphone Vendor & OS Market Share by Country Q1 2012

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Report Summary:

Smartphone shipments in North America grew just 14% year-on-year during the first quarter of 2012, as tighter operator policies and a lack of exciting new models limited consumer upgrades. Apple was the largest vendor in volume terms, but Samsung led in market growth, nearly tripling shipments from a year earlier. The South Korean vendor dominates Android and it has helped to keep Android the largest platform by volume for the past two years. Meanwhile, Nokia inched up to its highest smartphone marketshare level since 2010, as its new Microsoft portfolio entered the fray. This report contains quarterly smartphone vendor and OS shipments and marketshare for the top 7 vendors and top 5 platforms in the United States and Canada for Q1 2012. The report also contains historic data for North America from 2007 to Q1 2012, as well as a pivot-table for data control.
Table of Contents

    1. Title Page
    2. Analysis
    3. Pivot Table
    4. North America
    5. USA
    6. Canada
    7. Methodology
    8. Contacts

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