Over the years, readers accessing Mobility via mobile have stayed steady at around 70%. In 2014, the figure stood at 70.4%. Basically, 7 out of every 10 visitors to this platform come via mobile.
Distribution of Mobile Platforms
- Android: 39.76%
- Blackberry: 30.88%
- iOS: 3.84%
- Series40: 2.82%
- Windows Phone: 2.36%
- Symbian OS: 1.82%
- Others: 18.52%
As seen above, Android OS has taken the lead, though BlackBerry is not far behind. After that, there is a huge drop and the rest of the pack follow with less than 4% share each.
Here are the top countries from which Mobility’s visitors browse from:
- Nigeria 21.2%
- India 11.16%
- Indonesia 9.71
- Netherlands 8.57%
- United States 8.10%
- Spain 3.94%
- South Africa 3.71%
- Kenya 2.64%
- United Kingdom 2.50%
- Germany 1.05%
Display Resolutions Distribution
- qHD and above (960 x 540, and above) – 6.35%
- WVGA (800 x 1280 pixels) – 8.39%
- Below WVGA (800 x 480 pixels, and less) – 85.26%
Lower resolutions often mean lower cost devices. The distribution of display resolution below indicates that a huge section of visiting devices are low and mid end, with a few sprinkles of really high end devices.
Top 10 Phones
- BlackBerry 9300 Curve 3G: 2.03%
- BlackBerry 9800 Torch: 1.75%
- BlackBerry 9320 Curve: 1.58%
- BlackBerry 9900 Bold: 1.55%
- Nokia 5233: 1.48%
- Spice M6800 Flo: 1.47%
- BlackBerry 9700 Bold: 1.30%
- BlackBerry Z10: 1.19%
- Samsung GT-C3322i Metro Duos: 1.11%
- BlackBerry 9780: 1.10%
While Android OS has the largest share, perhaps because there are legions of Android models, not one of them made it into the top 10 phones list. The Spice M6800 and the Samsung C33221 are both feature phones. One Symbian phone, the Nokia 5233, still shows up on this list.
There we have it: a concise presentation of how the mobile web on Mobility Arena in 2014. Your comments?
Source: Statistics were pulled from both Statcounter and Google Analytics.