Latest NPD survey shows the same results as before, U.S. smartphone market is led by Android
It is hard to believe, but only 3 years ago Android had just 2% of the market while RIM had 40%. In 2009, an Android phone could be found in the hands of just 9 out of 100 smartphone using Americans while 44 had a BlackBerry in their palm. In a setback for Microsoft, the latest survey finds more Stateside smartphone users with Windows Mobile (3%) than Windows Phone models (2%). Still, all it took was a well designed phone in the Motorola DROID to get Android's numbers rising sharply and who knows if a similar fate awaits the Windows Phone OS.
source: NPD via Phandroid