The updated data provided by Android Studio shows the latest statistics for the monthly breakdown of the Android version, although Google stopped reporting this information at the end of 2018.
According to GizChina, Android Studio statistics are used to determine the appropriate application version for developers. Since Android 12 was only released a few weeks ago, there are no statistics available. After the release of Android 11(R) on September 8, 2020, the current market share is 24.2%, ranking second. Android 10 (Q), released in 2019, is the most popular Android system with a market share of 26.5%.
The next positions belong to Android 9 Pie 18.2%, Android 8 Oreo 13.7%, Android 7 / 7.1 Nougat 6.3%, Android 6 Marshmallow 5.1%, Android 5 Lollipop 3.9%, Android 4.4 KitKat 1.4%. And Android 4 Jelly Bean. 0.6%.
According to reports, the launch of Android 12 has also made a good start, and some brands have also accelerated the pace of updates. In particular, Google released a stable update of Android 12 for Pixel users, while Samsung released an update for Galaxy S21 users. With other manufacturers such as OnePlus, Motorola and Xiaomi participating in the release of Android 12 to their customers, the pace of deployment will really accelerate.
Android 12 instructions to reduce the brightness of the “drama” screen
Android has a function to set the brightness level below the normal adjustment range of the phone. This feature on the newly released version of Android 12 is called Extra Dim.
A dark screen can help mobile phone users not be dazzled in low-light environments, such as when turning off the lights and preparing to go to bed. The user can drag the screen brightness down in the shortcut settings of the device.
Not only that, the Android operating system also has the function of setting the brightness level even lower than the normal adjustment range. This feature on the newly released version of Android 12 is called Extra Dim.