Verizon Droid Phones Account for 44%, All 4G Phones for 16% of Mobile Traffic Across Android Devices


Chitika -a leading mobile ads network – has just released their research of traffic across all Android devices. Verizon’s Droid line commands the top spot with all of their Droid devices before the initial launch of the Droid 2 accounting for a combined 44%. (The breakdown of which Droid phones took up how much of the pie can be seen below and past the source link.)


Number two overall, though, is the HTC EVO 4G, one of Sprint’s flagship (and heavily marketed) 4G devices (the only other being the Samsung Epic 4G). It takes up 12%. The rest of the pie is comprised of phones from 3 of the 4 major carriers standing out, with AT&T’s phones likely being shoved into that “28%” that the “other” category makes up. And though you can’t see it, 16% of Android traffic comes from 4G phones – that includes phones from both T-Mobile and Sprint, currently.

[Chitika via AC]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. AC posted this yesterday. Gotta love that HTC Ally lol

  2. Great, now we get to hear even MORE people incorrectly refer to every Android device (regardless of carrier/make) and a “DROID” phone.

  3. Glad to see my EVO holding its own.

  4. I tallied 46.08% for all the Verizon phones in the list. That’s a pretty impressive corner of the market.

  5. HTC ALLY ? wtf ?

  6. Does anyone know the total amount of original Moto Droids that were sold? Last I heard it was around 5 million, but can’t recall the source of that info.

  7. LMAO@Other @ 28%. I really see it VERY unlikely that the entire Galaxy S line across all 4 carriers doesnt even make the list!

  8. Errr…I meant to say they include the Vibrant, but fail to combine them with the other 3 phones in the same product line.

  9. Evo is at #2 spot. I saw an increasing number of Evo users in my area, I guess that is true for larger general public.

  10. I assume this data is US only? Shouldn’t this be made clear?

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