A variety of sites have recently reported on the penetration of updates on a variety of Android handsets. The data shows that second most recent release now is installed on 51.8% of phones. Perhaps more interesting is the variety in how this figure has been framed.
But for the sake of this being slightly more fair, let’s compare iOS 4 to Android 2.2 — an OS which came out well before iOS 4. The adoption rate there? 51.8 percent. That’s still pretty pathetic.
Froyo, on the other hand, has smashed its way from 43.4 per cent of all Android versions being used, in December, to 51.8%.