Well, like every month, Google has released the latest Android distribution numbers for this month as well. The date was collected in the 7-day period ending January 8. That makes it the second most-used version behind Android Marshmallow (6.0), which slipped to 28.6 percent usage this month. Notably, Android 8.1 Oreo has now made it to the chart and is currently running in 0.2 per cent of active devices, bringing the total to 0.7 per cent.
We closed 2017 looking at Android usage numbers showing that more and more people are jumping over to Android Nougat. However, the only operating systems that have seen their shares grow from last month are Nougat and Oreo. And, a quick look at these numbers indicate that while the older versions of Android have dipped in shares, the recent versions of Android like Nougat and Oreo are climbing up the ladders. The latest iteration now commands a 0.7 percent share of the Android pie, up from 0.5 percent last month. It is also surprising to see that the share for Android Gingerbread at 0.4 percent of the market, considering the fact that it was launched 7 years ago. Lollipop 5.0 and 5.1 merge for 25.1%. The drop in older versions of Android is primarily driven by manufacturers updating the OS on older devices.
The market share of various Android versions as on January 8
Chances are your phone may never get to taste Oreo, unless it is a Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ or Note 8 or a OnePlus 5/5T with a promised Oreo update, or a Xiaomi Mi A1 Android One device, which has already started getting the update.
Pak's PM opens 'world's 1st greenfield airport' in Sialkot
Abbasi said that the former premier was their leader, adding that the party was intact and united under his leadership. The PM also said that over 6,500 security personnel have laid down their lives for the protection of the masses.