Samsung's dominance in the Android world is borne out by a new report from Chitika.
Among all Android smartphone and tablet vendors in the U.S. and Canada, Samsung scored 47.2 percent of all online traffic seen by the advertising and Web analytics firm. The percentage is based on the number of ad impressions recorded by Chitika from June 17 to 23 of this year.
Samung's savvy at marketing new products may have led to its surge, according to Chitika. But 25 percent of the Web traffic actually came from older devices, such as the Galaxy Ace. Among all Samsung devices, the Galaxy S3 captured the biggest chunk at 32 percent.
The huge share held by Samsung left other Android players in the dust.
HTC scooped up second place with 9.7 percent of the Web traffic, followed by Motorola with 9.5 percent and Amazon with 8.8 percent. Amazon's Kindle Fire accounted for the second-highest level of North American traffic among Android tablets.
Chitika's studies typically encompass around 300 million ad impressions in the U.S. and Canada and are measured by page views rather than unique visitors, according to the company. But that number can vary depending on the data being measured and the length of the study.
A study released last week by StatCounter found that Samsung smartphones outscored the iPhone in Web usage.