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iPhone 4 most acquired device in 2011 in US, EU5

Apple's iPhone 4 was the most acquired phone in both the USA and the EU5 (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK) according to a February 23 report by analysts comScore.

By:AFP
| Updated on: Feb 25 2012, 17:01 IST

Apple's iPhone 4 was the most acquired phone in both the USA and the EU5 (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK) according to a February 23 report by analysts comScore.

The comScore report found that over the past year Apple's iPhone 4, the original model of which was released June 28, 2010, was the most acquired device in the United States and the EU5. Other Apple devices also occupied second and third place in the States and second place in the EU5.

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The top five mobile devices in the USA and the EU5 according to comScore are as follows:

USA

01. Apple iPhone 4

02. Apple iPhone 3GS

03. Apple iPhone 4S

04. RIM Blackberry Curve 8530

05. HTC EVO 4G

EU5

01. Apple iPhone 4

02. Apple iPhone 3GS

03. Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

04. Samsung Galaxy SII

05. Apple iPhone 4S

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First Published Date: 25 Feb, 12:22 IST
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