Google has created a fascinating video showing the build-up of global Android activations from October 2008 when it was first introduced to January 2011, with Google now claiming over 350,000 activations daily.
The video shows the graph beginning to slowly spike with the introduction of the T-Mobile G1, before going into overdrive with the release of the Motorola Droid and then the Samsung Galaxy S. Watch the video after the jump, to see for yourself the Android phenomenon.
In just three years Google new mobile platform has gone from zero market share to now being the most popular smartphone platform in the world. back in 2008 Google goal was to : make Android the most ubiquitous mobile platform in the world and bring the freedom of the Internet to the mobile space.
From the look of the stats and the video below I think they can definitely say the goal has been reached. Have a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
Via T3Filed Under: Android News, Technology News