Samsung And Amazon Tablets Leads Android Market

Author: Dan Reyes
Published: January 10, 2013 at 3:28 pm
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Samsung and Amazon tops the Android market share when it comes to tablets, according to Datalytics via a Venture Beat report.

That report claims that Amazon's 7-inch Kindle Fire HD has a 322 percent market share of all Android tablets, followed by Samsung's Galaxy Note II (a phablet) at 80 percent market share.

Below you'll find the list of the top 20 Android devices by users growth from November to December of 2012 as reported by Localytics:

1. Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7" (322 percent)
2. Samsung Galaxy Note II (80 percent)
3. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1" (78 percent)
4. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" (72 percent)
5. Google Nexus 7" (70 percent)
6. Barnes and Noble Nook Tablet (62 percent)
7. Amazon Kindle Fire (53 percent)
8. Samsung Galaxy S (36 percent)
9. Samsung Galaxy S III (31 percent)
10. Samsung Galaxy Note (25 percent)
11. Samsung Galaxy S II (18 percent)
12. Samsung Galaxy Y (17 percent)
13. Samsung Galaxy Ace (12 percent)
14. LG-MS770 (11 percent)
15. Samsung Galaxy Nexus (10 percent)
16. Samsung Galaxy Mini (7 percent)
17. Motorola DROID RAZR (7 percent)
18. Samsung Epic 4G (6 percent)
19. Samsung Galaxy (3 percent)
20. DROID

Meanwhile, for Apple's iPhone devices market share ending in December of 2012, Localytics has reported the following data:

iPhone 4S (40 percent)
iPhone 4 (35 percent)
iPhone 5 (18 percent)
iPhone 3GS (6 percent)

In synopsis, based on this report it looks like Amazon is the leading vendor for Android-powered devices, followed by Samsung, and Apple-branded phone products being not too far behind in the overall mobile gadgets race.

 
 

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