Summary: The data released by Google shows that Jelly Bean power 48.6 percent of all Android devices. But fragmentation remains a big problem, and getting users onto the latest version continues to be an uphill struggle.
The number of phones upgrading from Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean is slowing down, as most high-end Android devices are pretty much all shipping with Jelly Bean at this point, or are stuck with Ice Cream Sandwich with no plan for upgrade.
Yesterday, Telstra told us HTC was working on the Jelly Bean update for select One devices, and now HTC has confirmed it The One X, One XL and One S will be receiving an upgrade to Android 4.1 in the hopefully near future. Here’s the statement from HTC:
“We know HTC fans are excited to get their hands on Google’s latest version of Android.
Android Does, the makers of Apex Launcher, have done it again, this time getting you closer to Jelly Bean then ever. Early this week they released a new version of Apex Launcher Beta and it comes complete with the Android 4.1 transitions and the features you have come to know and love. This is because Apex Beta is rebuilt on top of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean based code.
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New data on the state of the Android ecosystem has been posted to Google’s Android Developers site. The big reveal? Gingerbread, the version of the Android mobile operating system released back in December 2010, is still leading with 57.5% of Android OS share. Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is at 20.9%, and Android 2.2 (Froyo) has 14%. Yes, Froyo – released in May 2010.