HTC, all of which continue to lose market share.
The story is similar in the platform space: Google is first courtesy of Android, Apple is second with iOS, but the roles are slightly reversed as Android has grown more than iOS recently. Again, rounding out the top five are RIM, Microsoft, and Symbian, which all continue to lose share.
The latest data comes from comScore, which as usual surveyed over 30,000 mobile subscribers in the US. The analytics firm says 123.3 Americans owned smartphones (53 percent mobile market penetration) in November, up 6 percent since August.
Between those two months, here is how the top five mobile OEMs have fared:
As you can see, Samsung gained 1.2 percentage points from 25.7 percent to 26.9 percent while Apple jumped 1.4 percentage points from 17.1 percent to 18.5 percent. LG fell to 17.5 percent, Motorola dropped to 10.4 percent, and HTC was down to 5.9 percent.