According to the recent statistics revealed by comScore, Amazon’s Kindle Fire holds the top spot in Android based tablets in the consumer market. The reason can be its price tag of $199 that is very economical yet offering nice set of features for users. Though, the Android version of this 7inch tablet isn’t exactly the same as we see on other slates, as it has been modified by Amazon, still the e-book reader lands at the number one spot in the survey being conducted in February.
Online retailer has not unveiled the number of units it has sold of its most demanded product, Kindle Fire, but of all the tablets using Google’s OS this one shares 54.4% of market share.
The Galaxy tab family from Samsung is at second spot with 15.4%, Motorola Xoom at third with 7%, Transformer from Asus is at fourth with its 6.3%, and Toshiba’s AT100 holds the fifth position with 5.7%. In these figures the unfortunate Sony Tablet S is at the bottom of the chart.
The analytics company also states that 10inch tablet PCs are more popular with their 39% market share than their smaller counterparts.
You can view the detailed charts in the link below, and tell us which tablet is your favorite and why, in comments.