Google has released the latest statistics on the Android version of the smartphone market. Android Oreo is almost three months after the launch, and saw only a handful of users. And this situation probably will not change in the near future.
Another month and a second I look at the statistics of the latest Android releases. And like every month, it's still embarrassing about fragmentation. Just see: Android Oreo was presented in the final version on August 21 this year. Shares? Fantastic 0.3% . Android Nougat? I will not even mention it. Better yet: only 15.8 percent . A newer version, labeled 7.1.2, has a share of 2 percent.Interestingly, Android Oreo appeared in Google statistics only a month ago with a share of 0.2%. Over the next few decades, adoption of the system increased by one tenth of a percent . I do not know how to evaluate it. However, a good number of manufacturers are currently working on upgrades for their hardware: it is very likely that these numbers will improve in January and February. On the other hand, probably in May we will see another version of Android. And so in a circle . Currently the most popular version of Android is 6.0 Marshmallow with 30% market share in smartphones. Other, older versions are lucky enough, although nearly 14% of KitKat 4.4 is scary. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/768572/samsung-galaxy-s8-s8-plus-experience-9/ Well, the situation with Android updates probably will not improve for a long time. It looks like you just have to get used to it … Source: Android Developers