8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processor

According to AnTuTu, the standard Android smartphone has a 6.7-inch display with Full HD+ resolution with 60Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB internal memory and Android 12.

It's the standard Android according to AnTuTu: 8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processor

Now that we are already in the third quarter of the year, AnTuTu, the popular Chinese benchmarking platform, felt that it was the perfect time to take stock of the evolution of Android smartphones in the first half of 2022.

So, after recently sharing its ranking of the 10 most powerful phones in Junenow AnTuTu just publish a report con the main characteristics of the vast majority of Android smartphones sold in the second quarter of the year and so, according to the benchmarking company, the standard Android has 8 GB of RAM, with a Qualcomm processor and with Android 12 as operating system.

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The first thing AnTuTu researchers analyzed is the screen size of mobile phones released in the second quarter of 2022 and in this section, 6.7-inch panels were the most popular with users. a market share of 33.4%, which represents an increase of 2.8% compared to the first quarter of the year, followed by those of 6.4 inches than with a market share of 15.4% they come in second thanks to an increase of 13.2% compared to the first quarter of 2022.

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Android phones sold in Q2 2022 by screen size.

When it comes to screen resolution, 1080p is still standard with an overall share of 53.2%, a figure slightly lower than the 53.5% of the previous quarter. In this sense, it should also be noted that the market share of mobile phones with 1440p resolution fell in the second quarter of the year from 2.3% in the first quarter to 1.6% in the second.

If we focus on the refresh rate of the screen, the refresh rate of 60 hertz remains the most common with a market share of 50.1%although 120 hertz is gaining popularity and in the second quarter of the year 36.4% of smartphones sold had this refresh rate.

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Android phones sold in Q2 2022 based on screen refresh rate.

At the processor brand level, Qualcomm continued to dominate the smartphone market in Q2 2022 with a market share of 65.2%which represents an increase of 1.2% compared to the previous quarter and MediaTek ranked second with a market share of 18.2%.

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Android phones sold in Q2 2022 by processor brand.

Regarding the size of the RAM memory, the most common option remains 8 GB with a market share of 38.1%in second position, we find the 6 GB with a market share of 27.2% and the podium is closed by the option of 4 GB of RAM with a market share of 16.5%. In this section we must highlight the growth of the 12 GB RAM option, which already occupies the fourth place with a market share of 10.6%.

It's the standard Android according to AnTuTu: 8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processorIt's the standard Android according to AnTuTu: 8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processor
It's the standard Android according to AnTuTu: 8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processorIt's the standard Android according to AnTuTu: 8 GB of RAM, Android 12 and Qualcomm processor

If we analyze the internal storage of terminals sold in the second quarter of 2022, the preferred memory option for users is still 128 GB with a market share of 48.9%in second position, the 256 GB version with a market share of 28.8% and in third place we find the 64 GB option with a market share of 15.6%.

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Mobile phones sold in the second quarter of 2022 according to their Android version.

Finally, regarding the version of Android, the vast majority of mobile phones sold in the first quarter of the year have Android 12 as their operating system, more precisely 52.1%, which represents an increase of 25.8% compared to the previous quarter. This causes the previous version, Android 11, lose 24% market share to 32%.

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