Smartphone market keeps changing very frequently. According to The Nielsen Company’s monthly surveys of U.S. mobile consumers from July-September 2010, the new smartphone buyers are very clear in their choices – 33% wanted an iPhone, 26% wanted Google Android and 13% wanted RIM Blackberry.
But the recent survey for Jan 2011 – March 2011, revealed that things have changed. Now 31% want to buy Android phone, 30% want iPhone and only 11% want RIM Blackberry. 20% of consumers have not decided which one to take.
The dynamics of smartphone market is already converting to sales. Almost half of those surveyed in March purchased an Android device. 25% said they bought an iPhone and 15% picked Blackberry.
Now to talk about the current market share of smartphone users: As of March 2011, 37% of smartphone users have an Android device, 27% have an iPhone, and 22% have Blackberry.