The latest statistics released by Google show that 13.6 percent of new Android users who use the Jelly Bean, both versions 4.1 (12.2 percent) and 4.2 (1.4 percent). The biggest one is Android 2.3 Gingerbread, with a 45.6 percent rate, followed by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a 29.1 percent rate, down from 29.1 percent last month.
Although decreased only slightly, but this is an indication that Android 4.0 has reached its peak, and the Jelly Bean followed up by 3.4 percent over the previous month. However, a separate record is still strong Android 2.3. Android 2.2 Froyo it still has a low 8.1 percent, which means that more than half of the Android Gingerbread platform and still use earlier.