It was beginning to look like Google wouldn’t get around to releasing platform distribution numbers this month, but it just came through. The news, however, isn’t great if you’ve been pulling for Oreo to catch on. After debuting last month at 0.2% market share, Oreo is up just another tenth of a point this month. Meanwhile, Nougat saw a more substantial increase.
Here’s a breakdown of all the changes this month.
November 2017 platform distribution shows an anemic 0.1% increase for Oreo and a larger bump for Nougat was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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It’s officially a two-horse race – IDC puts Windows Phone shipments for the first quarter of 2017 at a meager 0.1%. This matches the 0.1% share of the “Others” category (most competing OSes are now discontinued, even Tizen’s fate seems uncertain). Android is the ruling OS with a solid 85% market share (it seems to hover around that point). This left the other 15% to iOS, but there’s a cycle – Q3 is a weak quarter, then the next-gen iPhones land in Q4 and iOS jumps several points. Period Android iOS Windows Phone Others 2016Q1 83.4% …
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