Gingerbread devices lead, leave Froyo behind

android_logo  The Android distribution for the month of October is in and it seems that Android 2.3.3 has overtaken Android 2.2. In September, Froyo (2.2) had a market share of 45.3% leading the table and was closely followed by Gingerbread (2.3.3) with 35%. But the statistics for the month of October show us a visible change. Gingerbread has taken a 5.7% lead over Froyo which has lost 4.6%.
This makes it clear that there are more devices on 2.3.3 Gingerbread than on Froyo and if you are ones who fall under the 40.7% ones, well it’s time to upgrade.

The tablet version hasn’t seen much of a change with 3.2 Honecomb gaining 0.2% while 3.0 Honeycomb losing 0.1% from September to October.

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