The iPhone loses strength and gave the face of pressure from BlackBerry

6:28 AM Edited by Blony

. For the first time in many quarters, spurred by the brake on consumption of the global market for cell phones and also for successful promotions and launches of BlackBerry, the iPhone loses strength and gave the top ranking in sales of smartphones in the United States in the hands the veteran, but very industrious and corporate Blackberry Curve.

The launch of the BlackBerry Storm, plus a promotional spot for the BlackBerry Curve, the iPhone managed to unseat the top of the list of best-selling smartphones in the U.S., and quarterly sales ranking of smartphone was as follows:

1. BlackBerry Curve (83xx all models)
2. iPhone 3G (8 and 16 Gb)
3. BlackBerry Storm
4. BlackBerry Pearl (all models except the BlackBerry Pearl Flip)
5. HTC T-Mobile G1

BlackBerry smartphones to lead sales and falling to almost 50% of the market is obvious, but the iPhone starts to lose strength after so much effort, is what attracts attention. The image says it all:

Another interesting fact that emerges from this study by NPD Group is the growth market of smartphones in the United States. Already 23% of the total cellular market grew nearly 30% compared to 17% it enjoyed in the same quarter last year.

Via Business Insider, and the photo is Blackberry Cool