Android is the most common mobile operating system in the world. Accordingly, under its control has the largest variety of smartphones. Each of them has its own CPU clock speed, the number of megapixels, the diagonal and display resolution, and more. In addition, the same can be said about the operating system versions. While the past can boast the support of flagship Android Marshmallow, others are still waiting for an update. And what percentage of each of the versions have at the moment? Let’s find out.
It should be noted that such figures Google’s representatives are divided on a monthly basis. Thanks to them, you can trace the development of the latest versions of operating systems, as well as learn the share of users who continue to use really outdated firmware. January 2016, of course, is no exception.
According to the representatives of the resource androidcommunity , the three leaders presented Jelly Bean, Lollipop and KitKat.
On Jelly Bean have 24.7 percent, which consist of 9 percent Android 4.1.x, 12,2 4.2 percent, 3.5 percent and 4.3. Lollipop 32.6 percent were the result of adding 16.9 per cent share of Android 5.0, and 15.7 percent of Android 5.1.
Finally, the leader of the race still remains KitKat. Android under the number 4.4 is 36.1 percent of devices.
As for the latest Marshmallow, it is about 0.7 per cent, which is hardly a satisfactory result. The most interesting is that 3 percent of Android users continue to use Gingerbread, a 0.2 percent remain faithful to Froyo. Sounds fun, does not it?
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