So, here’s the real problem with Android: the phones are all beautiful and powerful and could eat an iPhone for breakfast at Wimbledon, but they don’t all run the same software, causing not only problems for developers to create apps, but to update the smartphones, too. So now, ce Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) is now running on 15.9 percent of all Android devices, which if you consider how old Android 2.3 Gingerbread is (with more than 60 percent share), then you’ll realize Google and Android smartphone makers are all behind. And the latest version of Android? Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) is now on 0.8 percent of all Android gadgets — the Motorola Xoom and all the Google Nexus devices. Pie chart of all the versions of Android after the break.
Via: Android Developers