One developer can do business with nearly 4,000 distinct Android
ROMs, according to data posted by the creators of OpenSignalMaps
on Tuesday. […]
The developers logged 3,997 distinct devices, the most popular of
which was the Samsung Galaxy S II. This figure was inflated quite
a bit by custom ROMs, which overwrite the android.build.MODEL
variable and cause those phones to be logged as separate devices.
1,363 types were logged only once, and while some were custom ROMs
bucking the numbers, a good few were just massively unpopular
devices — for example, the Hungarian 10.1-inch Concorde Tab.
The Hungarian 10.1-Inch Concorde Tab is my new favorite Android device name.