"Amazon's Kindle Fire now makes up the absolute majority of the Android tablet platform in the US, comScore found in a fresh study. The e-reader and tablet crossover represented 54.4 percent of all Android tablets sold in the country. At second place, the entire Samsung Galaxy Tab lineup comprised just 15.4 percent of Android slates.comScore: Amazon Kindle Fire is 54.4% of US Android tablets | Electronista
No other manufacturer got above 10 percent, with Google's reference tablet, the Motorola Xoom, stopping at seven percent. Despite its size as a company, Sony only netted 0.7 percent for the Tablet S."
Friday, April 27, 2012
comScore: Amazon Kindle Fire is 54.4% of US Android tablets | Electronista
Another data point suggesting Amazon and Samsung, if they were to partner, could dominate the non-iPad tablet market