The latest Android distribution chart looks just as bad as the one from last month, with Nougat in the lead, Marshmallow in second place, and Oreo at only 5.7 percent.
Older Android phones and, now, Android tablets now have access to a more glorified Google type and voice search interface.
The December 2017 Android distribution numbers are in, and version 8.0 Oreo still can't rival the prevalence of Marshmallow, Lollipop, KitKat or Jelly Bean.
Growth is on par with Nougat at this infant stage, but for Nougat, it is maturing slower than how Marshmallow did with users.
The newest Android distribution chart is the first to include 8.0 Oreo, at just 0.2 percent share, with Nougat gaining 2 percent over the past 30 days.
With Oreo not in yet, Nougat continues to trail Marshmallow and Lollipop's Android distribution scores, at least making the podium for the first time.
The numbers for August 2017 are up and, as always, we're dealing with underperformance from Android 7.0 and 7.1 versus Marshmallow.
There's little to be happy about in Google's latest Android distribution report. Nougat has crossed the 10-percent milestone, but it still trails KitKat.
A phone from December 2015 is getting updated with software that was released in October of that year. Perhaps you do get what you pay for.
The latest Android distribution numbers are in, and of course, Nougat still trails behind new pack leader Marshmallow and silver medalist Lollipop.
We may finally see Nougat break into double-digit Android distribution territory...next month. For now, 7.0 and 7.1's combined share is 7.1 percent.
Too late for an Android Marshmallow upgrade? Not as far as the long-forgotten modular Fairphone 2 is concerned.
2016 called, and it wants its software updates back from OPPO, which only now rolls out Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the R9, R9 Plus and F1s.
How ridiculous is it that officially unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge models stateside are now receiving OTA March security patches applied over Marshmallow?
2.8 percent is still a small piece of the pie for 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat, but at least it's much bigger than 1.2 percent in previous Android distribution data.
The Android distribution chart for February 2017 includes month-to-month Marshmallow growth, Lollipop prevalence, and Nougat disappointment.
OxygenOS 3.5.5 lacks Android 7.0 Nougat goodies, but it's still a very important incremental update for the aging OnePlus 2.
Originally launched back in the fall of 2015 with humble software and hardware onboard, AT&T's ZTE ZMax 2 now jumps on the Marshmallow bandwagon.
Most of you probably don't remember the low-end, low-key LG Leon, but T-Mobile isn't ready to completely leave it behind just yet in terms of software.
If you're taking advantage of the Adoptable Storage feature on Android, you might want to pay attention to what your microSD card is rated for.
Several months after unlocked, T-Mobile and AT&T variants of the BlackBerry Priv have received Marshmallow, Verizon finally follows suit.
It's small, ancient and low-end by today's standards, but the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini nonetheless earns its official Marshmallow stripes today.
It's early in a way, although very late in a much more literal way. Here comes Android 6.0 Marshmallow's first stable build for the OnePlus X.