Tag Archives: Devices
ZTE market share – how much “suspect tech” is out there?
May 16, 2018, by Martin Clancy
Updated: On the back of ZTE’s announcement that “the major operating activities of the company have ceased”, many are wondering just how much of the market ZTE commands. We looked the data for the answers... Read More
Latest Stats: The truth about ‘peak smartphone’
March 27, 2018, by Martin Clancy
With many recent reports suggesting that we have reached ‘peak smartphone’, we thought it would be useful to take a look at some hard data to see if the facts line up with the opinion. There is no doubt that a certain fatigue has appeared in coverage of the smartphone market in recent months. Whether... Read More
Huawei now number 3 device manufacturer: New report on mobile usage
February 8, 2018, by Martin Clancy
The latest Mobile Intelligence report released by DeviceAtlas shines a light on trends and developments in the device market, based on usage of different devices around the world. The report shows Huawei is now the third biggest device manufacturer after Samsung and Apple, a finding mirrored by IDC in their latest shipments data which puts... Read More
What are the most common RAM specs for smartphones?
September 6, 2017, by Pawel Piejko
While 2GB of RAM is enough for iOS to work smoothly, Android devices need more memory. If you’re stuck with an older Android phone with less than 2 gigs of RAM, you are likely to experience OS hiccups even during typical daily tasks. According to the most recent statistics from DeviceAtlas, this is the reality... Read More
User Agent parsing: how it works and how it can be used
July 20, 2017, by Martin Clancy
The User-Agent is a central piece of web architecture and plays an important role in content negotiation. It was created with the express intention of building the ability to address users making requests with different clients or ‘agents’ differently, depending on capabilities or context. This article will answer many of questions you may have around... Read More