It seems Jelly Bean is slowly rolling out to more smartphones and tablets running Android. On Android Developers, Google said that the latest version of their operating system has reached 13.6% of devices.
Google says, “The following pie chart and table is based on the number of Android devices that have accessed Google Play within a 14-day period ending on the data collection date noted below.”
It says, “Data collected during a 14-day period ending on February 4, 2013.”
It seems that one of the earliest version of Android is still running on a few devices, Google’s numbers reveal that 0.2% of devices run the version. Another early version of Android (version 2.1 Éclair) also runs on a few devices (2.2%). Yet another is version 2.2 (Froyo), which can be found running on 8.1% of devices. Gingerbread (versions 2.3, 2.3.2, 2.3.3, and 2.3.7) is still the dominant version, running on 45.5% of devices. Honeycomb (version 3.1 and version 3.2) still runs on 1.3% of Android tablets. Ice Cream Sandwich (version 4.0.3 and 4.0.4) runs on 29% of devices. Jelly Bean (version 4.1 and version 4.2) can now be found running on 13.6% of devices. Devices such as the Google Nexus 4 run the Jelly Bean right out of the box.
It looks like Jelly Bean is rolling out to Android devices at a slow pace. This isn’t good at all, since leaked Qualcomm documents have revealed that Key Lime Pie (the next version of Android) will be arriving somewhere between the months of March and June.
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