Numbers like this should not be surprising due to the fact the Mobile OS is available only on a few smart phones and smart tablets such as the Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. A handful of mobile phone providers have thrown an ICS upgrade into the mix but this is yet to be released and all hopes lead to a late release in two thousand and twelve.
“This inherent diversity of products may make Android’s strength perpetually its weakness,” Mobile Advertisement Network Chitika stated. “It has taken steps to overcome it, but if these steps will ever be enough to get past the variegation built into such an open system is something we will have to see in time.”
A touch under sixty percent of devices run on gingerbread while another thirty percent are on Froyo. The middle pman, Honeycomb, holds just a bit over three percent of the mobile phone market.
The numbers seem to be growing rather slowly for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Chitka swears by their data being the number one most talked about version of Android is Gingerbread at over sixty five percent of a total user base.