Google has announced that the latest version of its mobile operating system, Android 4.1, is almost 1% of mobile devices. This is a good result if we think that this version of Google OS, code-named Jelly Bean, was recently released in an official manner by Big G.
So if the 1% of smartphone powered by Android supports version 4.1 of the operating system, all the others are equipped with that operating system? According to the latest data it seems that over 60% of Android devices have already installed version 2.3 operating system, known as Gingerbread.
About 10% of the smartphone has instead the 4.0 version of Android, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.
What do you think of these results? Definitely bring to mind the tedious problem of fragmentation of the operating system, which has not yet been remedied. Furthermore, consider that, until the Mountain View company will not find a real remedy to the problem, it may never be able to seriously compete with the iPhone, because Apple has always been updated all versions of IOS its smartphones, even those older, and will continue to do so with iOS6, who will be present, and of course iPhone 4s and iPhone 4, also for the “old” 3Gs.