Data on Android devices from Lineage wiki


#1

The Lineage wiki git repo has an interesting collection of data on Android devices in .yml format:

You have this kind of info for 242 devices:

architecture: arm
battery: {removable: False, capacity: 8220, tech: 'Li-Po'}
bluetooth: {spec: '4.0', profiles: [A2DP]}
cameras:
- {flash: 'LED', info: '8 MP'}
- {flash: '', info: '2 MP'}
carrier:
channels: [discontinued]
codename: n1awifi
cpu: Cortex-A15 & Cortex-A7
cpu_cores: '8'
cpu_freq: 4 x 1.9 GHz & 4 x 1.3 GHz
current_branch: 14.1
depth: 7.9mm
download_boot: With the device powered off, hold <kbd>Home</kbd> + <kbd>Volume Down</kbd> + <kbd>Power</kbd>.
gpu: ARM Mali-T628 MP6
height: 243.1mm
image: n1awifi.png
install_method: heimdall
kernel: android_kernel_samsung_exynos5420
maintainers: []
models: [SM-P600]
name: Galaxy Note 10.1 Wi-Fi (2014)
network:
- {tech: 2G, bands: '' }
- {tech: 3G, bands: '' }
- {tech: 4G, bands: '' }
no_oem_unlock_switch: true
peripherals: [Accelerometer, Compass, GPS, Gyroscope]
ram: 3 GB
recovery_boot: With the device powered off, hold <kbd>Home</kbd> + <kbd>Volume Up</kbd> + <kbd>Power</kbd>.
release: 2013
screen: 10.1 inches
screen_ppi: 299
screen_res: 2560x1600
screen_tech: Super clear LCD
sdcard: up to 64 GB
soc: Samsung Exynos5420
storage: 16/32/64 GB
tree: android_device_samsung_n1awifi
type: tablet
vendor: Samsung
vendor_short: samsung
versions: [14.1]
width: 171.4mm
wifi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot

You could for example query it for any correlation between release year and whether the battery is removable.

The main problem being that it isn’t really representative of Android devices as a whole - obviously only a fraction of all the Android devices out there, and it’s only those that are/have been supported by Lineage.