The above image comes courtesy of Android Guys. It’s one I’ve been staring at for a little bit. Using data taken from last November through this January, it represents not only smartphone market share, but the manufacturers that produced the devices. The iPhone and BlackBerry, of course, come from different manufacturers. That’s boring. Android, of course, is interesting, with three big manufacturers and a slew of others. HTC’s and Motorola’s spots atop the Android list are testaments to not only the quality, but the volume of devices they’ve released. They both at least double Samsung’s market share, and we know how well the Galaxy S series has sold. And then there’s the LG Optimus series, another high-volume seller, which is encompassed only in the Other section, which composes just two percent of the overall market. Those are also reasons, I suppose, that Android leads the way with 29 percent market share in the included months. If you’re looking for some more graphical breakdowns, here’s another one. It represents market share not only by operating system, but by the ages of its users. I’m frankly surprised that BlackBerry doesn’t have a larger lead among 35-54-year-olds, and also find it a bit odd that iPhone doesn’t have a larger market share among the influential 18-24 demographic.