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Android Ice Cream Sandwich share growing substantially

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Aug 2012 23:58 User comments (2)

Android Ice Cream Sandwich share growing substantially After a slow start, Android 4.0.x Ice Cream Sandwich has seen its share of the Android pie increase significantly.
As of August 1st, ICS was installed on 15.9 percent of Android devices. The new 4.1 Jelly Bean is installed on 0.8 percent of devices, since it is only on the Nexus 7, Galaxy S and Galaxy Nexus.

Android 2.3 Gingerbread remained the lion's share owner, at 60.6 percent.

Extremely old versions 1.5-2.2 accounted for 20.4 percent.

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17.8.2012 10:38

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since it is only on the Nexus 7, Galaxy S and Galaxy Nexus.

That's Nexus S actually

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224.8.2012 11:06

this is probably because at the lower end of the market people have bought budget phones and tablets not capable of being upgraded. At the lower end of the market users tend to hold on to devices for a longer time - often several years.

If anyone has a device capable of running it then ICS is a superb o/s - I am looking forward to Jelly Bean!


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