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The average smartphone owners used two tablets per day, while Android tablets with a smartphone were used nearly 40 per cent more often than tablets with no smartphone, TrendForce said.

Most Android tablets have an 8-inch screen, but a number of companies, such as Android, have gone one step further and introduced tablets that have a 10-inch or 15-inch display.

IDI and TrendForce both found that most tablet owners use a 10.5-inch tablet more often with Android than with any other Android operating system.

While most tablet users also said they would not be using tablets that were bigger than 10 inches, they were more likely to say they would be using a tablet that was smaller than 10.

The top Android tablet brands are Lenovo, Acer, HP, Sony and Asus, with Lenovo leading the way.

IDCI and Trendforce both found Android tablet sales rose from 1.1 million in 2014 to 2.4 million in 2016, with tablet sales increasing by 50 per cent between 2016 and 2018.

IDCLU’s survey of Android device owners found sales rose by 35 per cent to 9.6 million tablets between 2016 to 2017, while sales rose 33 per cent from 2017 to 2018.

More on smartphone trends Android tablet market is growing, but sales are still growing Android tablet revenue is growing at an average rate of 9.3 per cent annually, according the latest quarterly results from IDC, compared to an average of 4.5 per cent growth in the same period in 2016.

The growth in tablet sales is due to the popularity of smartphones, as the market has grown by 50 to 100 per cent since 2014, said IDC research analyst Patrick Bercovici.

IDCS analyst Michael Fenton said the growth in Android tablet shipments has slowed since the first half of 2017, and this is partly due to concerns about security and privacy, which have increased in recent years.

Android tablet software has been getting stronger, with Google’s Android 8.0 operating system (8.0.4) and Microsoft’s Windows 10 (10.0) both gaining popularity, according Fenton.

The decline in Android device sales has also slowed as the popularity and accessibility of tablets have increased.

While tablets are growing in popularity, IDC said there has been an increase in smartphone usage and the popularity for Android tablets has dropped, according a recent survey by IDG Research.

IDG’s research found that Android tablet usage rose by 25 per cent for the third quarter of 2017 compared to the same quarter in 2016 and by 22 per cent last year, with a decline of 20 per cent year-over-year.

The smartphone market is also growing rapidly, with smartphone shipments up by 20 per for the quarter in 2017 compared with the same quarters in 2016 with a slight increase in 2017, IDG said.

IDIA’s report said that smartphone shipments were up 21 per cent compared to 2016.

IDIS analyst Daniel Zawadzki said smartphones are expected to continue to drive Android tablet growth in 2017.

“We expect smartphone shipments to grow by over 40 per per cent during