We’ve seen a bunch of Android devices releasing every week. People love the devices and adopts these. But, the latest version of Android devices attracted them quickly. It’s because of most of the smartphone manufacturers have updated their devices to Jelly Bean. Withing a very short time, Jelly Bean has already grabbed 1% market share.
Google has released many Android devices. The Android 2.3, Gingerbread, is found on 60.6% of all Android devices at present. In fact, Android 2.3 is the most up-to-date version of Google’s smartphone software before Android 4.0. Besides, Android 3.0 which is only designed for Android tablets grabs 2.3% market of all Android devices. On the other side, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), version 4.0, has been adopted by people at a very fast speed. Now, ICS accounts for 15.9% of all Android devices.
However, the latest version of Android 4.1, Jelly Bean has grabbed approximate 1% market share within a very short time. It has been found that, Jelly Bean or Android 4.1, is installed on 0.8% of all active Android devices.
Well, Google plans to launch new versions of the Android devices soon. So the scenario could be changed any time.
Source : TGDaily
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