The whole Android fragmentation debacle is based on the fact that Google launches a new version of its mobile platform each year, but handset maker can’t keep up with the updates.
Not to mention that only a small fraction of Android smartphones and tablets out there are getting major OS updates after Google releases the new version of its mobile platform.
Unfortunately, the latest version of Android OS is not even at 1% market share, even though it’s been many months since Nougat was launched on the market.
According to the latest distribution numbers released by Google, about 0.4% of the devices are using Android Nougat, which is quite low even for a new OS.
Six months from now Google will probably announce Android O and handset maker will start thinking how they can bring their phones to the new version of the O… (read more)
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