Android travel to the world’s most popular mobile platform

The first Android phone had a physical keyboard, but Google’s approach to an open platform began to yield the first fruits.

10 years ago on September 23, 2008, T-Mobile G1 known as HTC Dream marked the birth of Android.

Almost a year after Apple introduced iPhone, Android debut was not as spectacular as Apple’s phone.

The first Android phone had a physical keyboard, but Google’s approach to an open platform began to yield the first fruits.

It took less than three years to become the number one mobile platform in the world.

For the first time Android was present at 1 billion devices in 2014. According to Gartner, Android phone sales amounted to 1.3 billion last year.

Google’s mobile operating system occupies 86% of the market.

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