HTC and Motorola each lost .6% in market share during the same period with the two finishing third and fourth with 8.7% and 7.8% of the U.S. smartphone market respectively.
Meanwhile, Android extended its lead over iOS among the top smartphone platforms in the U.S. For the three months ended in May, Android held an average market share of 52.4% for a gain of .7% from the 51.7% share the platform enjoyed at the end of February. During that same time period, iOS' market share rose from 38.9% to 39.2%. Despite a decline of .6 percentage point from February, BlackBerry finished third with a 4.8% piece of the pie which topped Windows 3% and the .4% belonging to Symbian.
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