AdMob has released a report on February’s worldwide smartphone traffic. RIM is king, with 34% of traffic worldwide, followed by Nokia with 29%. RIM was ahead of Nokia in the US, but fell behind in India, the UK, South Africa and Indonesia by very wide margins. A specific percentage for iPhone traffic wasn’t given, but AdMob did say that their number flattened out, in agreement with the theory that new devices see a big surge in January and a decline in the following month. The report is consistent with a couple others we’ve seen, which show the iPhone losing momentum, though still increasing fairly steadily.