It’s clear that there’s a highly vocal and highly technical group of people who love all of the technical things you can do with Android phones that you can’t do on iOS, consciously reject the iPhone and care deeply about ‘openness’ and all the things that go with it. However, it’s also clear that these people are a minority of actual Android users, given that the typical use levels seen from Android in totality are lower than those from the iPhone (often much lower).
What hasn’t been clear, though, is quite how small that community is.
Moins d’un utilisateur d’Android sur 10. À peu de chose près, l’équivalent de l’ensemble de la communauté d’utilisateurs Linux. Seems legit.