It is not abnormal, although undesirable, the distribution of versions of Android. There are still many versions to use, causing problems for users, brands, and even Android and Google itself.
This fragmentation will be something that will continue for many years and is unlikely to be broken. The proof of this now appears in the figures presented, which highlight the dominance of Android 11, the detail of version 12 not appearing.
The data now presented by Google is interesting and clearly demonstrates the scenario found on Android. The domain of version 11 of this system, and newer, is total, which turns out to be a positive development for this system and for its users.
Interestingly, Google seems to have disabled Android 12 and didn’t provide any data on this version. Admittedly, its position is still reduced, but the search giant thus avoids the least positive speculations or analyses.
Concretely, we have Android 11 and the latest versions with full domain and claiming 28.3%, compared to 24.2% in the previous data. This figure is expected to increase over the next few months until the next version is released and new updates appear for older models.
The list follows in a well-defined order, with previous versions having 23.9% in the case of the Q version, and 16.2% in the P version. closer to disappearing.
This increase in the part of Android 11 and later should be the result of the strategy of brands such as Samsung. He decided to extend support to older models supporting the current version of Google’s system, thus receiving the necessary update.
These are numbers that match what Google’s system presented. Android 11 dominates, but soon the top should be delivered to version 12, in its various aspects.