More Android devices are running Gingerbread than Nougat 7.0

Gradually yet clearly, the news of Nougat redesigns are beginning to come in. The OnePlus 3 and Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will get beta forms sooner rather than later, and ZTE as of late declared an upgrade for the Axon 7 landing in January. 

In any case, beside some prominent gadgets like the LG V20, Google’s own particular Pixel (which brandishes the new 7.1) and some more current Nexus gadgets, the working framework has been ease back to join its brethren since its uncovering back in late-August. 

It’s hard to take a gander at the most recent numbers from the Android Developers Dashboard without murmuring the portable OS F-word (rhymes with “lagmentation,” a word I simply made up). The details were gathered amid a week-long stretch closure November 7 by recording gadgets running the Google Play Store application — which is incorporated on forms 2.2 and later. 

Right now, consolidated adaptations of Lollipop charge 34.1 percent of dispersion. Rendition 4.4 (KitKat) is next up at 25.2-percent, with Marshmallow’s 24-percent taking after not far behind – a checked hop since mid-year, when it was at around 7.5. 

Its successor, then again, is as of now around 0.3-percent, putting Nougat 7.0 between Froyo’s 0.1 percent and Gingerbread’s 1.3. For the present, the Pixel’s 7.1 doesn’t show up on the rundown by any means, owing maybe to the reference that, “Any forms with under 0.1-percent circulation are not appeared.”