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10

Oct

2014

Vendor battle heats up

Apple still leads the way with tablet browsing but changes may be ahead

Author: Anonym

Looking at the recent report compiled by ABI Research, Apple and Samsung lead the way in tablet sales but the likes of Amazon, Asus, Lenovo, Acer and even Tesco are now battling it out to join them at the top table. We take a slightly different angle on this and investigate where these vendors are in comparison to each other when it comes down to their customers using them to access the internet.

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8

Sep

2014

NFC enabled mobile device traffic reaches 20.89% (Could the Iphone 6 increase this again?)

Chart Of The Week

In this Chart Of The Week we have re-visited the data for NFC-enabled web traffic. Almost one fifth of all devices observed accessing the network in August 2014 were NFC-enabled. Find out why this is important and what consequences NFC technology holds for the conventional plastic Credit Cards.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Samsung, NFC, iPhone

4

Sep

2014

IFA Roundup: Samsung

Galaxy Note 4

Author: Data Team

The Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin 2014 (IFA) show begun in earnest and many of the big players in the mobile device industry got to show off their latest handsets. Samsung, which is arguably the biggest manufacturer in the game showcased the next incarnation in their Note lineup, the Galaxy Note 4.

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Categories: News

Tags: Samsung

8

Aug

2014

Do Local Brands Really Pose a Threat for International Smartphone Vendors?

Chart Of The Week

In this chart of the week we will examine claims that local smartphone vendors pose a threat to major international mobile device manufacturers like Apple, HTC, Samsung, Huawei and Nokia. We will look at 4 largest Asian markets: China, India, Japan and South Korea with some surprising results.

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1

Aug

2014

Windows Phone Web Traffic from Nokia Devices in 2014

Chart Of The Week

This Chart of the Week re-visits one of the older blog posts concerning global web traffic originating from Windows Phone devices. We look at how things have changed since August 2013 for the 5 top Windows Phone manufacturers: Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Huawei and LG.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Samsung, HTC, Nokia, LG, Huawei

28

Mar

2014

The Latest Generation Of Flagships From HTC And Samsung Added To 51Degrees

Device Data Update

Author: Data Team

The latest flagships from two of the the big hitters in the industry have been officially added this week. The devices in question are the new HTC One (M8) and the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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Categories: Device Data

Tags: Samsung, HTC

26

Feb

2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 Seen In The Wild and 248 Devices Added

Device Data Update

Author: Data Team

This week a combination of 248 new hardware devices, new browsers and new operating system versions have been added to the device detection database.

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Categories: Device Data

Tags: Samsung

20

Feb

2014

Samsung Galaxy J Added To Database And Sony Xperia Z2 Seen In the Wild

Device Data Update

Author: Data Team

This week a combination of 164 new hardware devices, new browsers and new operating system versions have been added to the device detection database.


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Categories: Device Data

Tags: Samsung, Sony

22

Nov

2013

Which Version of Android is Most Popular on Samsung Galaxy S3 Devices?

Chart of the Week

Earlier this week, Samsung had to pull the Galaxy S3 4.3 Android update after they received complaints from users. This week 51Degrees.mobi takes a look at which Android version is the most popular on global Samsung Galaxy S3 devices.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Samsung, Android

2

Aug

2013

Can Samsung Overthrow Apples Web Traffic Dominance?

Chart of the Week

According to Mashable, Samsung have shipped more Smartphones than it's four biggest rivals over the last quarter. This week 51Degrees take a look at the how web traffic from Samsung, Apple, LG, ZTE and Lenovo Smartphone devices compare across the global market over the last 12 months.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Samsung, Android, iOS

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