Google has updated its ongoing Android platform distribution charts, and Android 2.2 Froyo continues to dominate on devices in the wild, on 57.6-percent of handsets. Compiled from which devices have accessed the Android Market in the past 14 days (up until February 2 2011), it also shows that sub-2.1 versions of Android have almost dropped beneath the 10-percent mark.

At the other extreme, Android 2.3 Gingerbread has the smallest percentage of all, with just 0.8-percent distribution, since right now it’s only officially available on the Nexus S.


    • Well, so far the only official way to get 2.3 is on a Nexus S; the percentage will go up when more 2.3 updates are pushed out and the latest batch of 2.3 phones (e.g. the XPERIA Arc) are released.


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