According to a survey by the market research company NPD, in the first quarter of 2010, the sale of smartphones based on Google's Android Operating System, surpassed that of Apple's iPhone.
The survey shows that Android currently accounts for 28% of sales in the United States, while the iPhone accounts for only 21%.
The increase in sales of RIM and Android is justified, according to NPD, by Verizon's promotions in which the user buys a device, and takes another one from gift.
Recently, Android also outperformed the iPhone in data traffic.
Would be a iPad effect?
Via: Business Insider