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  ANDROID ADVISOR LATEST SMARTPHONE, TABLET AND APP REVIEWS 03 ISSUE BEST EVER SMARTPHONES   HTC One   VS   Sony Xperia Z2 VS   Samsung Galaxy S5  L G  G 3  ã  N e x u s  8  ã  A n d r o i d   W e a r  +  H O  T  F O R  2 0  1 4 MWC ROUND-UP  2 ANDROID ADVISOR ã ISSUE 3 Welcome... W elcome to the third edition of  Android Advisor  , in which we take a look at the three flagship smartphones vying for your attention this year: HTC’s brand-new One M8, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony’s Xperia Z2. We present our verdict from page 26.Mobile World Congress kicked off in Barcelona at the end of February. The technology tradeshow serves as a launchpad for some of the latest and greatest smartphones, tablets and wearable tech running the Android operating system. We round up the product announcements on page 44.Of course, a lot has happened in the mobile world since then. From page 20 we look at three new and incredibly exciting products launching very soon. First off, Google’s finally jumped aboard the wearable-tech bandwagon, announcing its Google Wear smartwatch OS, seen on the Motorola Moto 360 and LG G Watch. Then there’s the Nexus 8 – has Google really dumped its 7in tablet? And finally, LG’s upcoming G3 smartphone, which is expected to pack a screen so tight with pixels it will leave the S5, One M8 and Xperia Z2 shaking in their boots.We’ve also got loads of opinion, including why Nokia shouldn’t have bothered with its Android handsets (page 10), plus useful tutorials, such as how to get free Kindle apps on any tablet (page 89).As always, please send us your feedback via Facebook ( facebook.com/AndroidAdvisorUK ) or email us at marie_brewis@idg.co.uk .   You don’t want one of these any more... ISSUE 3 ã ANDROID ADVISOR 3  At long last, Android takes the iPad’s crown Android tablet sales grew 127 percent in 2013 to take the top spot from Apple’s iPad, according to Gartner T he iPad has been king of tablets for a number of years, but Android has finally taken top spot, according to new figures.Research firm Gartner states that a whopping 195.4 million tablets were shipped in 2013 – up from 116 million in 2012. More interesting is that most of these devices were running Android, not iOS.Things were pretty even in 2012, with iOS leading on 52.8 percent; Android saw 45.8. But 2013 witnessed a rapid increase in Android tablet sales,  4 ANDROID ADVISOR ã ISSUE 3 with Google’s platform scooping 61.9 percent of the market. Despite its fourth-quarter launches of the iPad Air and mini Retina, Apple dropped to 36 percent.Apple shipped 70.4 million iPads, compared to a whopping 120.9 million Android tablets. Budget devices such as the Nexus 7 and Tesco Hudl have fuelled the 127 percent growth, according to Gartner.“In 2013, tablets became a mainstream phenomenon, with a vast choice of Android tablets being within the budget of mainstream consumers while still offering adequate specifications,” said Roberta Cozza, research director at Gartner.But Apple remains the top vendor in the tablet space, even though its market share has dropped. This is because Android devices are made by various companies that partner with Google.Samsung is the top Android vendor, and has increased its market share 336 percent from 7.4 percent in 2012 to 19.1 percent last year.Gartner also said that tablets represented 90 percent of overall ‘Ultramobile’ sales in 2013. Interestingly, emerging markets recorded tablet sales growth of 145 percent in 2013, while mature markets grew just 31 percent.
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