comScore MobiLens: November 2011

via Business Insider. comScore outed its MobiLens report comparing the three month average ending November 2011 versus the three month average ending August 2011.

Top U.S. Smartphone Platform

  1. Google: 43.8% → 46.9%, +3.1
  2. Apple: 27.3% → 28.7%, +1.4
  3. RIM: 19.7% → 16.6%, -3.1
  4. Microsoft: 5.7% → 5.2%, -0.5
  5. Symbian: 1.8% → 1.5%, -0.3

No surprises here. Android and iOS are it. A mere coincidence I’m sure, but it looks like Android’s +3.1 came from RIM’s -3.1.

Top U.S. Mobile OEMs

  1. Samsung: 25.3% → 25.6%, +0.3
  2. LG: 21.0% → 20.5%, -0.5
  3. Motorola: 14.0% → 13.7%, -0.3
  4. Apple: 9.8% → 11.2%, +1.4
  5. RIM: 7.1% → 6.5%, -0.6

These numbers are for all mobile phones including non-smartphones. As of November 16 Samsung sold 134 models in the U.S. On average that’s about 0.2% per phone. What is amazing to me is Apple captured 11.2% with just three.