- Almost a year has passed since the introduction of Android 12
- Do you know what the penetration is across the user?
- Unfortunately, a minimum of people have migrated to it so far
Google introduced Android 12 last May, so almost a year ago and over the coming month, we will see the official unveiling of the next generation with the number 13. How is the current version in terms of penetration across users of the robotic system? The latest figures show that not very well and we find it on a minimum of devices.
Android 12 for everyone? Not quite
One would think that almost a year after the premiere he will have Android 12 if not the majority, then at least some decent share among the users. But a footbridge error, so far only 2.6% of Android users have migrated to the current twelve version, which is a really small share.
Uptodown, which runs an alternative app store to Google Play with more than 130 million users, came up with this survey. Overall, the latest Android 12 is in fifth place in terms of popularity within this system, states Gizchina.
Android 11 on top
The most popular and most used version of the robotic system is Android 11, on which 29.5% of users work. It is followed by the older Android 10 with a share of 25.2%, Android 9, which is used by 11.5% of users, and Android 8.1, or Oreo, with a share of 11%.
So even though the share of Android 12 looks like a clear flop, it is more or less a normal phenomenon. The current version will never come to the fore in its first year of existence, and the same was the case last year, with Android 11. It was far behind Android 10 last year and surpassed it only this year.
Twelve Android a year at the top?
So it is likely that Android 12 will reach the peak of popularity within the next year and the same scenario with minimal penetration will meet, at the time current, Android 13. The Uptodown survey also revealed even the most popular phone brands within this platform, and the results are as follows – Samsung won (31.62%), followed by Xiaomi (16.31%) and Huawei (11.97%).
Source: Mobilizujeme.cz by mobilizujeme.cz.
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