Android fragmentation reaches a breaking point: 1 billion Android devices are outdated

November 14, 2017
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Android and Apple fans can argue endlessly about who stole what and which phones are better, but there is at least one area where Android has consistently failed to keep up with its biggest rival: fragmentation. For years, we’ve been writing about Google’s failure to roll out the latest versions of its operating system to vendors in a timely fashion, but despite promises to the contrary, Google has failed to make any significant progress to date.

You don’t have to dig very deep to confirm this fact either, as the Android Developers Dashboard is regularly updated with a breakdown …read more

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