released a neat infographic which shows how they feel we use our smartphones. Rather than tell us what apps they think we use, they concentrated on the where and when of using a smartphone. We hate to say it, but they’re probably dead on.
Samsung, who is probably one of the greatest offenders, probably knows this too well and has put out an infographic that spells out in easy-to-understand images and marketing lingo the features of its latest masterpieces, the Galaxy Note 3 smartphone and the Galaxy Gear companion smartwatch.
BlueStacks, the makers of the popular proprietary Windows software that runs Android apps, have put together the amalgamated Android man. It's a statistical view of the Android userbase, or at least the male portion, in a fancy infographic posted to their main site. The source of their information isn't revealed, but the presentation is interesting enough in its own right.
for just a dime, Google released a gigantic infographic to better illustrate the rapid progress of the Android Market, not to mention the diversity of its users.