Android

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51DEGREES DATA TEAM

11/23/2015 3:57 PM

Looking at the HTC One A9

HTC making a comeback into the Smartphone Market?

This week we will be looking at the new HTC One A9 released earlier this month.

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51Degrees

11/19/2015 12:29 PM

BlackBerry releases a Smartphone running on Android

This new device was already added to the 51Degrees database

Last week our data team added the PRIV BlackBerry into our database. It is the first-ever BlackBerry smartphone to run on Android. According to the manufacturer, this new device brings incredible new features to the Android platform that make sharing ideas and connecting with people faster and easier.

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51Degrees

8/7/2015 11:10 AM

The non-Ashes

Comparing the UK and Australian web browsing market

The early part of July saw England and Australia resume hostilities in The Ashes – the most hotly contested long form competition in global Cricket. Whilst the sport, never mind this particular contest, is well-known but rarely understood outside the countries where it is played, the competition remains the fiercest rivalry in the game's history.

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51Degrees

8/6/2015 11:30 AM

You don't have to be rich to iOS

(but it helps)

The battle between iOS and Android is usually played out in the battlefield of the high street, where the two key mobile operating systems compete for sales. The relative performance of each operating system can therefore fluctuate greatly: the month after a new iPhone launch iOS devices tend to do very well and the same is true when a new Android phone is launched or a price drop takes place.

The question we asked ourselves at 51Degrees.com was what does the battle look like out in the real world.

Elements of this article were featured in The Register. You can see the article here.

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Data Team

6/8/2015 11:50 AM

51Degrees Mobile Analytics has been updated

Examples of charts you can produce using our analytics tool

Based on data we've gathered, our analytics tool provides information about the behaviour of devices accessing website. The insight this brings helps you optimize the user experience for the most popular devices.

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Data Team

11/26/2014 8:27 PM

Looking at HTC Desire Eye specifications

The Desire Eye has been successfully launched by HTC. Let's review some of its features and find out how good the Desire Eye is between mid-range line-up.

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Edward

11/19/2014 11:42 AM

Wearables and Android Wear

Smart Technology

Wearable technology has been around a long time, in 16th century China the Qing Dynasty saw the introduction of a fully functional abacus on a ring. However the first wearable digital computers weren't seen till the 1980's, although these were mostly unsuccessful. The first watch phone debuted in 1999 but it wasn't until the late 2000's that we began to see more advanced wearable technology. These advances were made possible by improved battery and display technology as well as vastly aided by new interface standards such as Bluetooth. These early wearable computers would go on to shape the modern smart wearables available today.

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Data Team

10/23/2014 8:36 AM

Android 5.0 Lollipop – So, what's new?

Google announce their biggest changes to date

Last week Google finally put us all out of our misery regarding the "Mysterious L", by officially announcing the latest version of their Android operating system. The new Android 5.0 Lollipop hasn't been officially released yet (Although it has been in Beta for a number of months), but it is already the most eagerly anticipated development for Android fans in a long time, it seems that everybody can't wait to upgrade.

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Products Team

11/22/2013 4:53 PM

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.