It’s also worth mentioning OEMs such as Moto, LG, HTC, and more are now pre-loading their devices with Nougat alongside rolling out updates for others, therefore creating a wider spectrum of gadgets available with Android 7.0.
Something new for the month of January is the disappearance of Froyo. As it appears now, the nearly seven-year-old OS is finally dying off, a change that should’ve taken place a while ago. But hey, better late than never.
For reference, 2015’s Marshmallow is currently on 29.6% of devices, Lollipop still leads at 33.4%, KitKat is on 22.6%, Jelly Bean is on 11.6%, Ice Cream Sandwich is on 1.1%, and Gingerbread (an OS being killed off as well) stubbornly remains at 1%.