Finally, Android Froyo is history, Goodbye
It’s taken a lot of time, but has at last happened;
Given how old this operating system is, it’s surprising that it managed to stay this long in the market. Well, on the other hand, the other thing that’s taking long is Android 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat, which did see a jump from 0.4 percent to 0.7 percent this month, but still less than 1 percent.
Meanwhile, that latest Nougat operating system is finding it difficult to infiltrate the market, although it did see a jump from four percent to seven percent, but is still considerably slow. Nougat being exclusive for only some models, might put it in the back foot to making it big in the market.
With the New Year already in place, major smartphones coming here on, especially the flagships and high end ones will be launched with Nougat OS out-of-the-box, but the update of the same on existing phones is still quiet slow.
That being said, Lollipop still is the most used, with almost 33.4 percent market share, followed with