The Android is such a broad market thanks to its huge 90% share and even higher in some markets, that the number of existing models and processors available is really unbridgeable. Now we know that the most popular mobile on the market is the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the processor most commonly used the Snapdragon 410.
A good way to push the Android market is to know the most powerful mobiles, something we usually know from the rankings that makes the performance test AnTuTu, as we have known last August, and where the main ships insignia.
Samsung Galaxy S7, the most used mobile in the world
That is what the data from the study of DeviceAtlas, called Mobile Web Intelligence Report August 2017, reveals, through global web traffic and other variables, different aspects of the mobile fleet around the world. The main conclusion is that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is the most used mobile in the world and therefore the most popular, something that is evidently often accentuated when a new model arrives and this price decrease, as has happened in the arrival of Samsung Galaxy S8. But there are other data of the most interesting.
Like the Snapdragon 410 processor, which is in turn the most popular on the planet , this means that it is the one installed on the most phones currently in use. Something that is not surprising, considering that it is a entry-level processor that has been on the market for quite some time and has gone through hundreds of mobile phones from dozens of manufacturers around the world. But the data does not end here, because this study also reveals the amount of RAM most used per country in August 2017. And here it is shown that the 2GB of RAM are still very present in the mobile park.
In fact mobile phones with 2GB of RAM are the most numerous in our market, while those of 1GB, 3GB and 4GB respectively. A trend that is repeated in the more developed countries. Thanks to this study we also know that the best-selling processors in our country are from Qualcomm, Samsung, MediaTek and HiSilicon, in this order. Something also logical if we consider the average configuration of the mobiles in our country. Undoubtedly are some very interesting data that give us a fixed image of the tastes on mobile worldwide and local.
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