Google forgot to revise the Android distribution chart last month, now reporting some massive growth for Oreo compared to February numbers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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You know, the touch screen isn’t new. It was actually developed for the first time in 1965, and one of the first companies to ever use the technology on a mobile device was Apple with their first Newton PDAs. Sadly, as you remember, that didn’t work so well and Apple killed the project just a couple of years later. Still, even after one company failed in making it a mainstream, along came Palm and Microsoft and completely shaped an industry that now powers the reason for being of this website. Who would’ve thought that a technology that was so cool even back then [...]
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The original LG Spectrum made a lot of headlines at CES 2012, even though we fell out of love with it quick during our review. Now LG has brought a US variant of their Korean Optimus LTE II as a follow-up being dubbed the LG Spectrum 2 to Verizon. The device may not be the Optimus G that has lots of us drooling, but it packs a 4.7-inch AH-IPS display, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 8-megapixels in the back shooter and 16GB of storage along with wireless charging support if you buy the extra pad.
Sadly the good news end there. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, [...]
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