Android 10 becomes the Android version with the fastest adoption rate
Android 10 becomes the Android version with the fastest adoption rate

Android 10 becomes the Android version with the fastest adoption rate

Google has just released a chart showing the worldwide adoption rate of the Android operating system. The graph published on the Android Developers page shows quite unique results, where Android 10 is the version of Android with the highest adoption rate to date.

Google itself was previously known to have stopped releasing distribution reports for Android. However, for some reason, this time the company re-released the report. In the chart released, there is data from the four versions of Android currently circulating, namely Android 8.0, Android 8.1, Android 9.0 and Android 10.

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As mentioned earlier, Android 10 is in first place with an adoption rate of 28%. This figure is reported to be higher than Android 9.0, which was released previously. Previously, the adoption rate record was held by Android 9.0, with the number of devices reaching 100 million within 5 months of the operating system’s release. Now, this record has been successfully followed by Android 10 with an adoption rate of 400 million devices since the OS was officially launched some time ago.

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The company’s initiative to increase the speed of adoption of the new operating system is considered successful by some. In the distribution of the latest operating system, Google is known to run three projects simultaneously, all of which play an important role in the current Android 10 ecosystem. The three projects are Treble, Mainline, and GSI.

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For Treble and Mainline, the two projects focus on separating the support components (Hardware) from the underlying Android OS. This way, manufacturers can easily release updates without worrying about hardware driver compatibility. This greatly shortens OEM time for operating system development, which affects the speed of distribution of operating system updates.