Android devices with Froyo above 70% – only 5% for Gingerbread

• 05/05/2011

Android devices OS version share

Google keeps releasing the division of Android Operating Systems currently in use among their Android devices, and the last report shows that over 70% of devices are still running Android 2.2 Froyo, and only under 5% are using Android 2.3 Gingerbread or higher. For an Android OS that has been around for over 6 months now, you’d think that would have been enough time for manufacturers to get their stuff together and start building Gingerbread updates for everyone. Well, apparently not.

As for Honeycomb, the extreme low percentage at 0.3% really speaks to how the Honeycomb tablets have been selling over the last 3 months or so. That will obviously increase as more and more tablets launch this year, but they are still all trying to fight for the remaining 5-8% of the Tablet market share while Apple holds firm at 90 – 95% with teh Apple iPad models.

[Via – MobileSyrup]


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