Smartphones generated about two in three (65%) connected device impressions on the Millennial Media network during June 2011, according to the July 2011 Millennial Media Mobile Mix. Feature phones generated 17% and other connected devices generated the remaining 18%.
Smartphone share actually decreased 3% from 67% in May 2011, while feature phone and connected device shares each grew by one percentage point.
Android Generates More than Half of Impressions
More than half of smartphone impressions (54%) on the Millennial network in June were generated by phones running on the Android platform. Another 26% ran iOS, while 15% ran RIM Blackberry. These shares are all virtually flat from the previous month.
WiFi Share Grows 10% MOM
Examining the carriers of the connected devices creating impressions on the Millennial network during June 2011, all WiFi carriers combined for a 34% share, up about 10% from May. Verizon’s share remained flat at 18%, as did Sprint/Nextel at 12%.
Device input share also remained flat, with 60% of impressions generated by touchscreen devices and 15% generated by touchscreen/QWERTY devices.
Apple Apps Generate Almost Half of Q2 Revenue
Combined Apple apps generated 49% of application revenue on the Millennial network in Q2 2011. Android followed with a 41% share.
Smartphone Impression Share Rises Drastically YOY
Examining the July 2010 Mobile Mix report [also available at the above sign-in], the most notable change is that smartphones jumped from producing 49% of impressions to 65%, a 33% gain. The gain came mainly at the expense of feature phones, which dropped almost 50% from 32% to 17%.