However, this time, Google has been a bit late in sharing these details. At.3%, Android Oreo is available on new devices like the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, as well as Sony's latest Xperia XZ1 line. The situation won't improve by much since HMD and Huawei are the ones that will offer Android 8.0 Oreo updates for some of its smartphones by the end of the year.
We can expect the Oreo numbers of get a bump as soon as new premium Android smartphone make it to the market running the new Android 8.0 version out-of-box. There have been a couple Oreo beta tests here and there, and a few phones are launching with the latest version of Android pre-installed, but the results aren't impressive.
Nikola Mirotic still not on speaking terms with teammate Bobby Portis
That loosely translates to Mirotic needing to integrate with the team because he's being paid $12.5 million this season. Portis said he is "here to play basketball" and that if Mirotic approaches him "I'll welcome him with open arms".
Last month, Android Marshmallow, which was released in 2015, was at the top spot with its share of 32%, however, this month, its share has dropped to 30.9%, but, it still retains its number one spot in the chart.
If you haven't yet been able to tell, we're pretty sarcastic when writing our headlines for Android Distribution updates.
Coreia do Norte diz que exercícios militares mostram 'postura grave' dos EUA
O Conselho de Segurança da ONU aprovou novas sanções para isolar economicamente a Coreia do Norte, incluindo limitação das exportações.
In the latest data released by Google, Android Lollipop has a total share of 27.2 percent of active Android devices (with Android 5.0 Lollipop running on 6.4 percent of devices and Android 5.1 Lollipop at 20.8 percent) that checked into Google Play. This chart is an indication of what version of Android is running on how many devices in the market in terms of percentage. Other versions of Android such as Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread account for 7.2 percent market share in 2017.
'Ace Attorney' Finally Coming to Nintendo Switch
The Ace Attorney series is quite unlike anything else out there, so it's exciting that Capcom has future games in mind. Phoenix Wright is said to be the protagonist, and there will be five cases at launch.