Google has just announced the new Android P Beta for a number of brands including Oppo, Essential, OnePlus and more. Finally, Android P has completed its way from a rumor to an official full-fledged OS. You will be surprised to know that most of the users on the planet aren’t even using the last year’s Android 8.0 Oreo. For some devices, brands are responsible for this while other factors like the sale of smartphones and launch period are also considerable. So let’s check out the fresh Android figures.
As per the last month’s stats, the Oreo was only used by limited users and it in total runs on 4.15% of phones. Now as revealed by the latest facts the Android 8.0 Oreo almost acquires about 5% of devices. In recent, it has received almost 1% of growth over the period of one month which is as slow as molasses. However, one fact is clear that in the upcoming months the reach of the Android 8.0 Oreo will surely gonna increase.
It is worth noting that these figures are based on Android 8.0 and not 8.1. If we comprise Android 8.0 and 8.1 then these figures will somewhat range around 5.7%. When it comes to Android devices all over the world the majority uses operating system Android 7.0 Nougat more than anything with 31.1% share followed by Android Marshmallow at 25.5% share. Android Lollipop is still running on 22.4% of devices which is indigestible as it is prone to get infected. Android Jelly Bean is holding up to 4.3 percent of the market, Android version Ice cream sandwich is still used on around 0.4% while Gingerbread is least in the list at 0.3% growth.