Apple and “phablets” seem to have dominated Christmas sales

Apple and “phablets” seem to have dominated Christmas sales

With its statistical analysis system present in more than 780,000 apps for iOS and Android, the Flurry has a good sample of data to determine how gadget sales went this Christmas.

This first chart compiled by her compares the distribution of device types over the past three years:

Christmas Flurry Survey

The big highlight certainly goes to the "Phablets", which initially appeared to be stealing ground from tablets but in 2015 grabbed a nice slice of average smartphones.

But see how Android makes a difference in these numbers:

Christmas Flurry Survey

The popularity of "Phablets" in the Android world simply absurd, now reaching half of the total. Apple only entered this market in 2014, with the iPhone 6 Plus, and even with the 6s Plus the general preference of the iOS user for the 4.7 inch model.

Not surprisingly, Apple detonated its competitors in sales:

Christmas Flurry Survey

Of all new devices activated at Christmas, according to Flurry data, almost 50% were from Apple. Samsung obviously appears in second place, but very distant, with 20%.

Also according to Flurry, on Christmas Day the volume of app downloads in Apple and Google stores (in the United States) was 120% higher than the average for the entire month of December showing that there were a lot of people playing with new gadgets. from their boxes. 😉

(via VentureBeat)