August 20, 2008

Statistics Finally Justified i.engadget.com

The folks over at Engadget.com finally caved in and produced a iPhone-Safari optimized website (i.engadget.com) in addition to an already existed wap site (m.engadget.com). What is more interesting is the fact that nearly 96% of all mobile browsers visiting Engadget.com came from iPhone/iPod Touch. According to their full stat, even the Nintendo Wii browser hit their site more than the next runner ups HTC Touch Cruise 0.5% and Nokia N95 8GB 0.4%. I grabbed their stats below but take a look for yourself here.

What is interesting is I've been noticing from our company's Omniture data showing resolution 320x280 on the rise for our ecommerce sites. When compared to 1024 or 1280 resolution, its less than half of a percent. I wouldn't be surprised if its the same for Engadget but within mobile browsers, I'd love to take a look what dominates. (won't be surprised if its the mobile Safari either).
1. Apple iPhone - 79.8%
2. Apple iPod Touch - 16.0%
3. Nintendo Wii - 1.1%
4. HTC P3650 (aka Touch Cruise) - 0.5%
5. Nokia N95 8GB - 0.4%
6. Nokia N95 - 0.3%
7. HTC X7500 - 0.2%
8. LG VX10000 Voyager - 0.2%
9. Nokia E90 - 0.2%
10. Nokia N82 - 0.1%
11. Nokia E51 - 0.1%
12. Nokia N95-3 NAM - 0.1%
13. Palm Treo 755p - 0.1%
14. Nokia E61 - 0.1%
15. Sony PlayStation Portable - 0.1%
16. Nokia N73 - 0.1%
17. Nokia N81 - 0.1%
18. Nokia N78 - 0.0%
19. Nokia 6120 classic - 0.0%
20. Nokia E65 - 0.0%
21. Danger Sidekick III - 0.0%
22. Motorola RAZR2 V8 - 0.0%
23. Samsung SCH-U940 - 0.0%
24. Motorola Q9 - 0.0%
25. Sony Ericsson P1i - 0.0%

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