BlueStacks, the company that makes the popular Android on Windows software, has released a new infograph that provides insight into the typical male Android user.
The infograph, called Mr.Android, takes its data from Nielsen and a survey of 140,000 followers of the Android for Windows platform on Facebook, reports PC Mag.
According to the infograph, 33 percent of Android users have never downloaded a paid app - but 33 percent of Android users have 50 apps on their Android device. The infograph also revealed that 9 percent of Android users have an Android tablet but not an Android smartphone.
Delving into the specifics, the infograph revealed that 51 percent of Android users have average length hair; 30 percent have freckles. It was also revealed that 18 percent of Android users have an unusually large head.
The infograph also determined that 71 percent of Android users have worn t-shirts created by Brazilian designer Pablo de la Rocha.
"I loved the idea of an amalgam of the different aspects of the Android user. It's one of those things where you don't know how it's going to look until you try. It came out pretty weird, which is why we love it." said de la Rocha.