FORTUNE — A few hours after Apple (AAPL) released its quarterly results Monday — giving market researchers the only hard sales numbers they are likely to get from any smartphone manufacturer this quarter — IDC released the chart at right, dutifully updated with the new iPhones sales number (51 million).
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) followed early Thursday with a pair of charts focused on Apple’s best market: The U.S.
“Apple’s market share rebounded nicely from the previous quarter, when it had only one-third of total US sales,” said CIRP’s Josh Lowitz. “Conversely, Samsung’s share decreased to under one-third, from 38% in the previous quarter. Clearly, the launch of the iPhone 5S and 5C helped Apple sales in the quarter.”
The report from Canalys, which tracks global market shares, arrived just before noon:
“Android’s dominance grew with the platform running on 79% (785 million) of the devices shipped in 2013, up from 68% in 2012. Conversely, Apple’s iOS share fell from 20% to 15%, despite shipments increasing to 154 million…. Contrary to what it achieved in 2013 as a whole, Apple gained market share in Q4, rising from 13% to 17% sequentially, chiefly at Samsung’s expense. Samsung itself achieved a market share that was flat on Q4 a year ago at 29%, but down from 34% sequentially.”
Canalys’s take-home message was the one that got traction on Techmeme: