Android Jelly Bean has overtaken Ice Cream Sandwich as the second most popular version -- but ancient Gingerbread is still way out in front.
Thanks to its stellar performance and affordable price, the Nexus 7 is the Android tablet to get.
Though its plastic skin doesn't do its high price justice, Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 makes the most compelling case yet for a supersize phone.
Android 4.1-3, or Jelly Bean, holds a dominant share in the Android space, besting the latest version, KitKat.
At an event in San Francisco, Google today unveiled the next version of Android, and while it doesn't appear to be a major departure from the last, it does bring its share of improvements, including mult-user restricted profiles.
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At the same time, KitKat's bite has reached almost 2 percent, while Gingerbread is eating up a 20 percent share.
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Jelly Bean is now on 59.1 per cent of all active Android devices, according to the latest figures from Google.
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