According to a recent comScore report, the Amazon Kindle Fire makes up over 50% of the Android tablet market. A recent study shows that the 7-inch slate nearly doubled its sales from December to February 2012, maintaining 54.4% at the end of the month. Samsung’s family of Galaxy Tabs take the second spot and sits at only 15.4% of the market, down from 23.8% in December. Following at quite a bit of distance away is the Motorola Xoom and the ASUS Transformer with a score of 7 and 6.3% respectively, while the Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1 holds the bottom spot at only 1% of the market.
Included is the comScore test is Browser statistics, ie. which devices access the web more frequently. Although Amazon’s 7-inch Fire holds the top spot in market share, it isn’t the one that access the web more frequently. comScore’s report shows that the larger 10-inch tablets are visiting web sites more often, with the 10-inch tablet market holding a 39% higher browser rating than 7-inch field. This is most likely because of the larger real-estate and easier readability on the larger screens. Click the source link below to see comScore’s full report.