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Froyo more than a quarter of all Android phones

Froyo more than a quarter of all Android phones

Android OS 2.2, also known as Froyo was placed on more devices. Google Android Developers Blog is tracking how many smartphones running any version of the Android operating system. Their September 1 report showed a surprising increase in the latest version. 28.7 percent of all phones running Android Froyo.
Version Name Participation%
1.5 Cupcake 12.0%
1.6 Donut 17.5%
2.1 Eclair 41.7%
2.2 Froyo 28.7%
Other (deprecated) 0.1% is relatively large when we realize that Android 2.2 has been released on Google Nexus One of the end of May , the earlier leak to manually install. Other devices updated to include Froyo Droid Motorola, HTC and HTC Droid Super Evo 4G. Then Motorola Droid 2 was released from Froyo of the box. The next two devices Froyo will hit the market, T-Mobile G2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab
If you consider the sheer number of Android devices sold in the past 12 months, 2.2 was only available for three of those months, that only five smartphones have been officially released to the upgraded or 2.2, which share Froyo is amazing. Heres how to participate in the platform has changed over time:
The current distribution on the pie chart at the top and above the historical distribution have been identified by the number of devices running that access to each platform Android Market over the 14-day period.
In the last month, Eclairs distribution decreased from 59.7% to the current 41.7%(a decrease of 18 percentage points), lost 2.8 Donut and Cupcake lost 3.3. So get Froyos has come primarily from its predecessor.
Android OS 3.0(Gingerbread) can be delivered within the next two to three months, and apparently only the more efficient the device will receive it(or even be able to use it). This means that the medium and low coverage of Android phones can not move past Froyo even Eclair. I still see low-end devices exempt from Donut. Manufacturers and operators found that some devices do not always receive updates Froyo, while others are under consideration with no decision made yet.
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