New Database by Signals & Systems Telecom Tracks 1.3 Million Daily Android Activations
20 Sep 2012 • by Natalie Aster
Just a few short months ago, back in June, Google executive Andy Rubin trumpeted the fact that more than 900,000 Android devices were being activated every day.
Roughly the same time last year-in June 2011-it was just 500,000 new units being activated daily. In 2010, a year or so earlier, it was more like 100,000 activations each day.
On Wednesday, however, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt announced at Motorola’s “On Display” event in New York that the platform has now reached a full 1.3 million new activations each day, according to a TechCrunch report, thus continuing steadily on its dramatic upward climb.
Covering over 600 Tablets and Smartphones from 63 vendors, the "Android Smartphones & Tablets Installed Base by Device Model, Form Factor & Region Q2'2012" XLS database worked out by Signals and Systems Telecom tracks Android activations by individual device model, form factor, vendor and region. The target audience for this report includes handset manufacturers, application developers and mobile network operators. All variants of particular device series are individually covered in the database. As an example, for the Samsung Galaxy S series, the GT-i7500, Galaxy, GT-i9000, Galaxy S, GT-i9100, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II LTE and all other individual variations are covered individually.
Android Smartphones & Tablets Installed Base by Device Model, Form Factor & Region Q2'2012
Published: August, 2012
Price: US$ 1.250,00
More information can be found in the report “Android Smartphones & Tablets Installed Base by Device Model, Form Factor & Region Q2'2012” by Signals and Systems Telecom.
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