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Infographic: How much of your smartphone is screen

We love infographics. It seems that as the years progress, people have become better and better at doing this – that is, communicate a complicated issue with visuals so much better than just mere words would. Today we have a particularly telling one from the guys over at Mobilsiden.dk, one that shows you just how much of your phone is screen real estate in relation to bezels and other non-screen elements.

The astronomic increase in computer processing power, in images

It’s the year 2015, and were you a citizen from the 1980s transported to the here and now, you’d probably be expecting floating/flying cars, teleportation, magnetic trains, and Marty McFly’s hoverboard. Sadly, we are only at the verge of discovering these things. But that is not to say that the progress of technology has been slow. If you know how much raw processing power you have in your hands in a mid-range smartphone, you would probably be surprised at what those level meant a few decades back.

‘Rise of Mobile 3.0′ detailed in series of infographics

Curious what a “super app” is? So were we. It seems they’re here to take over, and lead the charge into a new age. In what is being described as “Mobile 3.0”, super apps are the new king. It’s an interesting concept, and the info graphics shed some light on an interesting trend for mobile, especially outside of the US.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Gear infographic details features and differences

With a handful of smartphones, tablets and devices, not to mention copious amounts of mid- to low-range models, some with multiple variants, it is quite easy to get lost in the the world of modern-day mobile devices. 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.

The amalgamated Android user: you guys really like blue jeans

Generalizations are bad, especially when applied to people. (Generally speaking, of course.) But every once in a while they can be a lot of fun, too. To that end 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.

Google elaborates on 10 billion app downloads with infographic

What do ten billion downloads look like? For one Google graphic designer who's probably created enough home page doodles to last well into the next decade, it looks something like this. Not content to provide dozens and dozens of the most popular paid apps 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.