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Digital Trends – A new series of studies from network optimization firm Arieso finds that different groups of mobile users and mobile devices put different levels of demand on mobile data networks—and users of Google’s Android platform are among the hungriest of the bunch. Arieso’s studies used data utilization of the Apple iPhone 3G as a baseline, and found that Android devices typically score higher than either the iPhone 3G or iPhone 4 in terms of time connected to mobile networks, call volume, and the amount of data users upload and download. Users of Android phones also have the highest scores for uplink and downlink data, with Samsung Galaxy owners typically uploading 126 percent more data than iPhone 3G users and HTC Desire owners downloading 41 percent more data than iPhone 3G users.

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