Android Oreo runs on 0.3 percent of devices: Google


The interesting part is that this 0.3 percent gives us a perspective about how lax the rollout for latest updates for Android-powered smartphones is across the market.

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HTC U11 has been listed on Geekbench running the Android 8.0 Oreo hinting that the software testing is in full swing and if previous release pattern is taken as any indication, the company might deploy the final version to the public en masse by this month end or early December.

Those Android versions that have a share of less than 1% are not shown in this distribution chart.

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As you can see, Android 7 Nougat was the big victor in the November distribution chart with a gain of 2.8% over its October results.

It is when we see Android distribution numbers each month that we face the harsh fact of the Android ecosystem. Last month, Android Nougat (Android 7.0 and Android 7.1) was running on 17.8 percent of active devices. Also, this means that low internal storage devices - midrange and budget phones - will still have to run Android Oreo to take advantage of this upcoming feature. One reason is people reportedly holding on to their existing devices for longer. Last month, Android Oreo was reported running on 0.2 percent of Android devices, and it has now reached 0.3 percent of active devices.

In terms of features, Android Oreo is equipped with a customizable system for managing notifications, which can be grouped by type of application to facilitate access. And device manufacturers need to meet several requirements to enable Treble.