Various versions of Google’s Android was launched. Which is the most widely adopted? The latest data from Google shows Froyo or Android version 2.2 finally became the most widely used.
In early December 2010, 43.4% Android phones had adopted Froyo, up from 36% in November. Naturally, because Froyo is the latest version. Stalking closely behind is the Android 2.1 or Eclair with the percentage of use of 39.6%.
Versions 1.5 and 1.6 are still relied upon a number of handsets, although the rates began to decline significantly. As quoted from TechRadar on Friday (12/03/2010), there are 17% of the handset is still wear it old Android .
Froyo breezed into top position about 7 months since Android is starting to be used. Various devices that have adopted Froyo are HTC Desire HD, LG and Samsung Optimus One and Samsung Galaxy Tabs.
Google is now ready to launch Android 2.3 or Gingerbread although not clearly mention when the precise moment. In November, Google CEO Eric Scmidht only states Gingerbread will debut in several weeks.
Gingerbread probably will soon replace Froyo as the top Android.