UNDATED (CNN) -- The battle for dominance in the mobile phone market is quickly becoming a two-way race.
Google's android and Apple's iPhone are neck-in-neck. Together, they made up 85-percent of all phones shipped in the second quarter.
But there's a clear winner. A new report from research firm IDC says Google's android accounts for 68-percent of the global smartphone market. That's 4 times apple's market share.
About 105 million android phones were shipped in the second quarter, more than double the year before.
Android got a big boost from Samsung phones, which use the Android operating system. They've been really popular, especially the new Galaxy 3, and while Android phones got more popular, iPhone sales slowed last quarter.
There's talk that a new iPhone is on the horizon, so Apple fans are holding out for that. So it's clear Android and Apple phones have edged out all competitors. At the bottom of the list, the Blackberry it's dropped to its lowest market share since 2009.
That device has been struggling and analysts say it's unlikely to improve anytime this year. We'll see how these rankings change after the new iPhone is released.