The latest marketshare-ish numbers are in for Android and it seems that people continue to update their phones…to Gingerbread. Almost two-thirds of all Android phones hitting the market in the last two weeks are running Android 2.3.x with a significant share—23.1-percent still on Android 2.2 Froyo. Honeycomb, the Tablet-only fix OS, is at around 3.3-percent, while Ice Cream Sandwich is on a scant 2.9-percent of devices including Galaxy Nexus, Acer Transformer Prime, and newly updated HTC Vivid (along with some custom builds and some unlocked manufacturer phones).

The distribution over time (below) is showing the long haul ICS has ahead of it (and do not forget we are likely going to hear about Jelly Bean at Google I/O in June).

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One Response to “Android distribution update: Over 92 percent of users still on 2.X, Gingerbread still growing. ICS and Honeycomb taking their time”

  1. 1984Apple says:

    We need stock andriod on Galaxy phones, samsung!

    Moving ICS from Q1 to Q2 sucks a lot and is very unprofessional.