"Google's huge rise will have been
helped by the launch of Honeycomb-powered tablets as Motorola, Samsung and HTC, with its Gingerbread tablet, try to make inroads into Apple's iPad dominance," The Next Web writes. Google previously
announced that it had already activated 100 million Android devices from 36 OEMS and 215 carriers. Hugo Barra, Google's Product Management Director of Android also said that there were 450,000 Android
developers and 200,000 apps available to consumers.
"At the time," The Next Web write, "there were 310 Android devices in 112 countries, which has increased significantly in the month since the announcement."