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On tablets, Opera was neck-and-neck with Chrome, generating 6.43% of page views, but is dwarfed by the likes of Safari (57.49%) and Android (28.14%).
The bold part doesn't make sense - Android's an OS, so how can they give it a % to compare, against the 3 others mentioned that are browsers (and what this article's about)
As I understand it, the default Android browser is another version of Chrome. StatCounter has just decided to track it separately from Chrome for Android.
Of the Android smartphones I've used, only Nexus devices ship with the actual Chrome as its default browser.
HTC also runs Chrome out of the box, it seems.
Another interesting graph would be the browser engines: If you consider that Opera, Safari, Android and Chrome all use the same engine (viz. WebKit), its more of a race between WebKit, Gecko (Firefox) and Trident (IE).