Opera has come out with an interesting list of devices reflecting the early adopters on Android platform and it has revealed that Samsung is the most popular manufacturer among the early-adopters.
Opera measured the Android devices installations of its recently released beta version of webkit-based browser.
“The Opera for Android beta has been in the Google Play app store since early March and the download statistics offer some interesting insights as to what devices early adopters on Android like to use,” Opera noted in a press release.
Among the top ten devices, on which Opera Beta was downloaded, Samsung made devices are present five spots (six, if you include Galaxy Nexus too). Here is the full list.
- Samsung Galaxy S2
- Samsung Galaxy S3
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Asus Nexus 7
- Samsung Galaxy Y
- HTC Desire HD
- HTC Sensation 4G
- Samsung Galaxy Note
- Samsung Galaxy Ace
- Sony Ericsson Live with Walkman
“As the list shows, the browser does well within the premium segment of Android devices. Some older devices are also represented, reflecting the variety of users in different countries testing out the Opera for Android beta,” Opera added.
Given the market share taken by Samsung in Android world, it is not really surprising that Samsung devices are so popular, but the fledging Android developer community for Samsung devices has really helped it in being a favourite among early-adopters.