We love market shares and usage statistics. The latest number crunching has to do with who consumes the most data and compares basic phones to smartphones to tablets. Since the rise of the smartphone, we’ve seen a constantly increasing usage of data on smartphones, hitting an extremely high 78 – 79% in 2011 and 2012.
In 2013, smartphones are poised to make a big leap in growth. According to the International Data Corporation (IDC), smartphones are expected to rise about 32.7% during this year which should reach in a total number of 958.8 million units, up from 722.5 million from the previous year. Now days smartphones aren’t considered a luxury item as it once was just a couple years back.
I was wondering if any of you guys have had any experience with android smartphones from China. I buy cheap android tablets from there all the time and many of them are surprisingly very good. You just need to do a fair bit of research before purchasing; however, I have no knowledge of Chinese smartphones and which ones are worth buying.
Android Smartphones Fuel 'Phenomenal' Growth in China Roughly 81 percent of smartphones shipped throughout the second quarter in China had been Android-based, Canalys said. General, Android has 68.1 percent of the Chinese smartphone marketplace, up from 48 percent final year, whilst iOS was on 16.four percent of … Read much more on Computer Magazine