For others, Oreo remains to be growing with now 14.6% market share. Nougat seems to have called it a month and others are following the identical pattern as earlier than. Besides the newbie, other Android variations are following the same trends; however, the determine jumps are quite bigger given the six month hole. Android Oreo has finally dethroned Android Nougat, becoming the most popular Android version.
In the month of November, Android 7.zero Nougat which is now greater than a year old has gained respectable Android usage share numbers. The dessert has done so by taking a chunk off the Marshmallow, which remains to be the leader in the Android community. Also, we see a degree rise within the reputation of Android O which is mostly operating on Pixel and Nexus devices solely.
March 18, 2019 — Asus has posted a video on Facebook, apologizing to users for lacking the promised Android Pie launch window for the Zenfone Max Pro M1, Zenfone Max Pro M2, and Zenfone Max M2. The firm now promises these three phones will get the update by April 15 on the newest. June 5, 2019 — It seems like LG is finally rolling out Android Pie to G7 ThinQ devices outdoors South Korea.
Meanwhile, Gingerbread and Jellybean are working neck to neck. To get an estimated values of Android utilization share, Google retains an eye fixed on active Android versions every month.
June eleven, 2019 — Samsung is rolling out Android Pie to the Galaxy J7 . As reported by SamMobile, the replace is hitting gadgets in Spain and ought to be launched in different markets in the coming weeks. June 10, 2019 — The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2 is getting Android Pie in Italy, based on SamMobile. We count on it to achieve the Wi-Fi model soon as well as the gadgets in different nations.
The replace has apparently been launched in the U.S and numerous European nations together with Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, and the U.K. July 19, 2019 — Verizon has launched the Android Pie update for 2 of its phones — the Samsung Galaxy J3 and Galaxy J3 V.
May 9, 2019 — Realme has announced that it’ll ship out the beta model of Android Pie with ColorOS 6 on high to a few telephones quickly. The first one to get it is going to be the Realme 2 Pro on May 15, adopted by the Realme 1 and U1 on June 5. Then there are the Reame 2 and C1, which can get it on June 15.
Oreo, then again, appears to be catching up with the tempo with virtually 5% gain since it was launched. However, the remaining Android versions proceed to lose their share this month. Last month, we got afraid for Android Gingerbread since it touched all the way down to zero.2%. But the legendary version has reclaimed its May position with 0.3% Android platform share.
April 3, 2019 — Verizon is rolling Android Pie with One UI to the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus, and Galaxy Note 8 starting tomorrow, April four. The update additionally consists of the March 2019 safety patch for all three phones. However, these gadgets will not get the One UI overlay, as that can only make its approach to the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Note eight, S9 and S9 Plus, and Note 9. January 14, 2019 — The Android Pie replace for the Galaxy Note 9 could also be delayed. The update began rolling out in Germany two weeks ago and within the UAE a couple of days ago, suggesting this was the start of its major rollout.