Tablet Vs. Smartphones – See how the figures stack up against each other [infographic]

by Klaus on January 25, 2013

in Tech News

Hundreds of millions of people use all kinds of smartphones and tablets. It is not just iPhone and iPads – there are almost half a dozen major smartphone manufacturers and almost than many mobile operating systems in the market. For businesses planning to develop mobile apps, it is important to know which operating systems and which devices are doing well in the market.

In this infographic, we first take a look at how people use their mobile phones and tablets? Who uses tablets more – businessmen, children or the elderly? Which gender uses more smartphones – men or women? What kind of apps sells well in the App Store? All these and other questions are answered below.

Tablet Vs. Smartphones – See how the figures stack up against each other.

An infographic by the team at PLAVEB


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Umpreet January 25, 2013 at 15:34

Yes we eenagers , still prefer tablets.! that is somewhat natural.!! Size matters \m/

piyush joshi January 25, 2013 at 15:57

hello Kalus,

good your article is very nice and it really appreciable,the reason behind the success
of tablet in children because they love to play game but for the same time for the young age they love to work on social networking so smartphone work on it.

thanks 4 ur article

Tim Potter January 29, 2013 at 15:34

I have 7″ phablet and I love it. Maybe to big for a phone only however I have a blue tooth device and it does wonders. I can have it right on the seat in the car. It is not to small for movies and videos. Yet just small enough to carry around in my man purse.

Interesting article on the demo graphics. Thank you

umang February 7, 2013 at 12:54

What a blasting Article, who have thought about this. I am generally an Android smartphone user.

Michael Roden April 10, 2013 at 02:51

The choice of silhouettes is probably the most interesting part about this piece. I’m glad to see that smartphones running on Android are pulling ahead, especially since I’ve defected from using Apple products fairly recently.


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