Samsung’s Galaxy range of smartphones and tablets are some of the most popular devices available today, and the company is dominating Android devices.
According to a recent report by research firm Localytics, Samsung has a 63 percent share of all Android mobile devices, this includes smartphones, tablets, and phablets.
Localytics also produced a list of the top 10 Android devices, and out of the 10 devices, 8 of these are Samsung handsets, all of the devices are from their Galaxy range of smartphones.
In fact, Samsung controls the aggregate of all other manufacturers by a ratio of nearly 2:1. HTC, (the manufacturer of the popular HTC One phone series) and LG come in second and third, respectively. All together, HTC, LG, Sony, Motorola and all others make up less than 37% of total marketshare.
Samsung has helped Google increase the popularity of their Android platform significantly over the last few years, although Samsung is looking to rely less on Android in the future, and is rumored to be pushing their new Tizen platform from next year.
You can see more information on Samsung’s domination of Android devices over at Localytics at the link below.
Source LocalyticsFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Top News