The latest Android distribution show Android Jelly Bean v4.2 and 4.1 are gradually growing and now have gone past 15 percent share.
Google has updated its platform versions distribution for Android. The latest Android distribution figures show Android Jelly Bean v4.2 and 4.1 are gradually growing and now have gone past 15 percent share. Its predecessor Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has started to slump, and now is at 28 percent. Android 2.3 Gingerbread, still has the largest share, has now slipped to less than 45 percent of devices.
Breaking down the figures further, about 16.5 percent of Android devices are running Jelly Bean, while 28.6 percent have devices powered by ICS. About 1.2 percent are on Honeycomb, 44.2 are on Gingerbread. About 7.6 percent of Android devices are still running on Froyo. Check out the Android distribution in the graphical form below:
As compared to the last month, Jelly Bean has shown gradual but significant progress. Last month, Jelly Bean (v4.1 and v4.2) shared 13.6 percent of all Android devices while Ice Cream Sandwich was on 29 percent. v2.3 Gingerbread topped with 45.6 percent of share.
Even though ICS has grown, Jelly Bean is likely to move up to second spot in the near future, with smartphones launching with the latest Android version onboard.
Source: Android Developer