Android 4.0 and 4.1 now on a quarter of all Android devices

Android 4.0 and 4.1 now on a quarter of all Android devices
As is their monthly tradition, Google has released the share splits for Android devices.

Google says Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and 4.1 Jelly Bean now account for 25.5 percent share, still far behind the outdated 2.3 Gingerbread by a significant margin, but growing rapidly.

Jelly Bean is only on 1.8 percent of devices, a very disappointing figure for the far and away best version of the operating system.

Gingerbread remains on 55.8 percent of devices, with versions before 2.3 still on 16.8 percent of devices.

Google has promised to work on fragmentation, but carriers and OEMs do not appear to be to helpful in their endeavor.

Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 2 Oct 2012 22:04
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  • lamain

    will not buy anything other then a nexus just for this reason.

    3.10.2012 01:52 #1

  • DLT00

    It looks like a LOT of people are happy (or just not upset with) Gingerbread, or just don't know or care that there is something newer and better. Why else would they have not upgraded to a phone with ICS or JB?

    ICS has been out for almost a year, certainly many Gingerbread users had an opportunity to upgrade during this time and either didn't upgrade, or upgraded to another Gingerbread phone.

    7.10.2012 12:30 #2

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