Android is on the rise, and it’s growing at a rapid pace.
The new smartphone, which launched in the fall, is a new version of Android, a software that powers a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, computers, and other devices.
Android is now on a par with iOS, which is on track to sell more than 30 billion devices this year, according to Gartner.
And the new iPhones are on track for double-digit growth this year as they compete head-to-head with Apple.
This growth is a boon for the industry.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently predicted that Android would reach a $1 trillion market this year.
And in recent months, Google has released an Android Pay app for credit cards and debit cards, and an Android-powered version of its YouTube app.
And Android devices have become more popular than ever before, accounting for more than 20% of all smartphone sales in the first half of the year, said Greg Zuckerman, an analyst at Gartners.
“The Android platform is a force to be reckoned with, and its growing in popularity,” Zuckler said.
Apple has been in the news lately for its Apple Watch, which was recently introduced with new features and hardware that is designed to compete with Android devices.
Apple also announced plans to launch a new smartwatch in the next couple of months.
But Android has been around for years, and the industry is now seeing its most rapid growth, according a report from The Information, a technology news website.
“I’m really excited about this,” Zankerman said.
“This is the first time that the Android platform has been on par with the iPhone in terms of adoption and revenue.”
For example, Android accounted for 22% of total smartphone sales by Q4, up from 17% in the same quarter a year ago, according the report.
Apple, which makes the iPhone, is only the third-largest smartphone vendor worldwide, with just over 13% of global smartphone sales.
And Apple is also expected to expand into more sectors with the launch of the iPhone X in October.
In fact, Apple is already working on a smartwatch that it plans to release in 2020.
But Google is not going anywhere.
The company is continuing to invest heavily in Google Glass, a wearable computer that allows users to interact with Google services like Google Maps and Gmail.
Google Glass will also be a part of Google’s Android smartphone lineup, according Zuckermans report.
The future of the Android operating system has been a hotly debated topic in the past few months.
Google’s chief executive, Sundar Pei, has said he’s willing to let Android continue as long as he can “make money from it.”
And he’s not the only one who thinks Android can grow in the future.
Microsoft is also investing heavily in Android.
But it’s not just Google and Microsoft that are investing in Android, and some analysts are calling it a “killer app.”
Google is also working to get Android onto every Android device, Zuckertom says.
“That’s really exciting for a lot of Android users, because it’s a lot easier to get onto the phone and to get the apps you want, and then it’s really easy to switch over to another Android,” Zuherman said, adding that Google is “working to make it easy for Android users to switch.”
Android isn’t just a phone OS for people who are tech savvy, Zuhman added.
Google has made a lot more money on Android than any other OS.
Zuckers report also showed that Android has grown faster than iOS in China, where Apple is the most popular smartphone manufacturer.
And that could mean that Apple’s market share in China could shrink, according Microsoft’s Zuckercks report.