We’ve dug deep into the history vault to grind out some juicy stats about android devices. In this installment we’re comparing Android devices from 2014, 2015 and early 2016. Samsung still rules the Android roost and small screen sizes are on the way out. Enjoy, Cheers, Richard
I find the Asian device market, and emerging markets in general, fascinating. By and large they’ve skipped the desktop and gone straight to mobile devices. In this infographic we take a look at Android in Vietnam. Nokia has excellent traction here with its Nokia X and Nokia XL devices, Samsung isn’t far behind, but has a much greater device diversity (which we had to trim from the models section for brevity).
We’ve had the elves hard at work here on assembling another awesome infographic - This one is for Germany, on Android stats collated for October 2014. Interesting 4″ to 5″ screens dominate the market with Samsung devices being the clear choice for Android users. Enjoy 🙂 Cheers Richard
Android, Trick or Treat ? 🙂 We’ve assembled the numbers on Android in the USA for our October 2014 wrap up. Once again Samsung are dominating the vendor wars. Screen size wise the 4.5 to 5.o inch devices are getting most of the love. Want to see something special in the stats ? Let us know below. Cheers Richard
We’re back this month with another Android infographic for September 2014. This time we’re tackling Android in India. Massive Android diversity is the key takeaway from this infographic. While Samsung maintains a dominant market position no single device holds more than 2.8% of the market. Also, common to many emerging markets, we see a proliferation of budget Android devices still hitting the market using Android 2.3. While tablet usage is on the rise, growth in the 4″ to 5″ handset market is outpacing it.
We’ve taken a step back on our usual info graphics and this month combined stats from Statista with our own usage insights. So, without further ado here are the latest mobile and tablet growth statistics for 2014. One important note with how we’ve charted the breakdown : Both segments, tablet and handset, are increasing however what we’re examining is the relative difference between the segments. Fluctuations may be due to phones being on contract cycles with carriers, consumer reluctance to upgrade tablets as aggressively as phones or other local economic factors.
There are a vast variety of different Android models and unique devices out there. Between all the tablets and phones with all sorts of specs and screen sizes it’s hard to tell who has what and where, especially if you’re looking for specifics. Here at Handset Detection, though, our database affords us a wealth of knowledge, and we thought we would share it with you. This infographic will give you an idea just how many Androids are out there and which countries are using which kind of devices.
There’s always so much discussion who’s using what device in the US or Japan or which smartphone is winning the war. But what about the developing world - what does mobile usage look like in these up-and-coming nations? What devices are they using to meet their unique needs and challenges? Check out the following infographic to see what we discovered. Some of it was pretty surprising. Also, while we focused on Android this time, let us know if you want to see other companies and devices covered!
Wondering just how worldwide the Android brand has become? We assimilated data from all over the world to bring you this infographic that may surprise you! Embed this infographic on your own site! Brought To By HandsetDetection.com
Love is in the…cloud! Valentine’s Day is coming up and aside from finding chocolates and a good restaurant you’re also looking for the best apps for the big day. Let this fun Infographic from PGi help!