The Android operating system has grown significantly since the T-Mobile G1 was launched on October 22, 2008. Google's mobile OS has now grown to a point that more than 700,000 Android devices are activated each day.
Google’s Andy Rubin recently boasted this number on his Google+ account. At the current rate, it is estimated that new Android device additions may top 1 million units a day by the end of Q2 2012.
Here's an interesting graph on the growth of daily activations from the folks at UV:
Do you think that the Android OS will continue to be a success? I think this trend will go on as long as they continue to launch great handsets like the DROID RAZR, Galaxy S II, and Nexus S. A look at some upcoming mobile phones for 2012 running on Android shows that next year will be exciting for smartphone fans.
Stay tuned as we continue to monitor the growth of the Android platform and its operating systems rivals.
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