Google released the Android distribution stats for the month of April. Unsurprisingly, the share of Android 5.0 and up has grown considerably - an iteration of Lollipop boots on almost 10% of all hardware.
Android 5.0 is now present on 9% of all devices - up from 5% a month ago. The newer Android 5.1 Lollipop has a share of 0.7% as opposed to 0.4% back in March.
The distribution gains of Android Lollipop have come mostly at the expense of KitKat. Android 4.4 has dipped to 39.8% - down from 41.4% last month.
Android Jelly Bean and its various flavors have barely dropped their distribution share in April. combined, the outdated versions run on almost 40% of all Android devices out there. Introduced in 2011, Android Ice Cream Sandwich can still be found on 5.3% of all devices.
Even more surprisingly, Android 2.3 Gingerbread refuses to go away. The five-year old build is still present on 5.7% of all Android hardware.
I can't believe LG gave Lollipop to L90 BEFORE G2 MINI in all its versions, i'm really sad and disappointed, if at least in two months i don't receive an OTA notification of Lollipop Upgrade, i'll be moving to IPhone 6S.
Thell amazed that they decided to give my 'Mid to Low' end of line smartphone the 5.0 Lollipop upgrade. I'm a sometimes proud owner of the LG OPTIMUS L90 on the T-Mobile network.The phone actually is a lot better than what I thought it was going to b...