Nielsen has published its data on what smartphones people were actually using in Q2 2011 (as opposed to new shipments). It claims that 39% of US smartphones in use were Android, 28% were iPhones, 20% were BlackBerry, and 9% were Windows Mobile or Windows Phone 7, with 2% being webOS and 2% Symbian. That’s the split by operating system, but by manufacturer Apple is the largest with that 28% market share, followed by Research In Motion’s 20%, level pegging with HTC – the latter’s Android smartphones had a 14% market share, while its Windows devices took a further 6%.Read more:

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