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Friday, 02 November 2012 09:24

Gingerbread still dominates Android

Written by Fudzilla staff



ICS and JB under 30 percent


Got Jelly Bean on your Android phone? Consider yourself lucky, the latest version of Android powers just 2.7 percent of devices, up from 1.8 percent last month.

Ice Cream Sandwich managed to creep up to 25.8 percent from 23.7 percent last month, while Gingerbread still reigns supreme with a 54.2 percent share.

So, the vast majority of Android devices are powered by an OS version dating back to December 2010 and most manufacturers have failed to offer ICS updates, despite the fact that ICS launched more than a year ago.

Talk about a compelling case for Nexus devices...

Fudzilla staff

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