Google Android Oreo Still Can’t Break Jellybean Psychological Barrier!

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Every year, we get an update from Google telling us on the market share of the Android OS. The data provided often go into detail by breaking down the number of users on a specific Android version.

So today, we have received the latest update from Google and we are not surprised that the latest firmware, Android Oreo, is far behind its predecessor – Android Nougat.

The only shocking thing with the data is that there are still more people on Android Jellybean than there are on Android Oreo and this highlights on the slowness of OEMs releasing the latest firmware upgrade.

For the full standings, you can refer below:

• Gingerbread 0.3% – 6.9 million
• ICS 0.4% – 9.2 million
• Jellybean 5% – 115 million
• KitKat 12% – 276 million
• Lollipop 24.6% – 565.8 million
• Marshmallow 28.1% – 646.3 million
• Nougat 28.5% – 655.5 million
• Oreo 1.1% – 25.3 million