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Android Distribution Charts Updated, Ice Cream Sandwich Makes Its Debut

At the beginning of each month, the Android team updates the OS version distribution chart to give us a look at which version reigns supreme. This month’s is significant because Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) has made its debut, grabbing a whoppin’ 0.6% of the pie. Gingerbread and Froyo make up more than 85% of the chart, while Honeycomb and the dozens of tablets in the wild that have been out for 8+ months now, only managed to grab about 3.3% of it all.

So what else can we grab from these numbers? Well, if we do some rough math (completely unofficial of course), we could look at the number of activations per day - which is about 700K - and attempt to come up with number of Galaxy Nexus devices in the wild. Since the phone came out on December 15, we could estimate that around 16.3 million Android devices were activated (20 days total:  3.7 million on the 24th and 25th, plus 700K per day for the other 18 days). If you take 0.3% of that total (G-Nex isn’t officially running Android 4.0.3 yet), we come up with about 48,900 newly activated since December 15. That seems low.

Update:  While my quick and extremely rough math was based on recent numbers, another angle would be taking the estimated total of 200 million Android devices in the wild total and then take 0.3% of that leading to 600,000 total. Probably more accurate. :) (Cheers KillaPenguin!)

Obviously that number is completely inexact, especially if we assume that more than 700K activations were happening per day during the holiday week after X-mas (presents, money to spend on phones, etc.). So please, do not take that number as gospel, but we thought we would throw it out there.

Thoughts?

Via:  Android

  • SD Reader

    I actually waited for my G-Nex from Let’s Talk and finally got it yesterday. Considering that they just got their backorders filled and that some other sites are still filling backorders, I’d say the number of ICS users will keep jumping over the next few weeks.

    • Stating El Obvious

      Well yeah, but its not going to be in the multi-millions….I think it’d be quite a bigger news story if millions, nay even hundreds of thousands of people were waiting for their Nexus.

  • http://www.mactonweb.com/ Web design London

    That’s like whining that many people are still on Windows 7, Vista, and XP when Windows 8 Beta is out. Fragmentation shmagmentation. 

  • http://twitter.com/canoy07 Eric Canoy

    when is 4.0.3 rolling out to the Gnex users?

    • Anonymous

      Wait a second…doesnt the “G-Nex” get “updates directly from Google, we dont have to wait for updates anymore like everyone else”? 

      • Anonymous

        Still upset you got that Bionic, huh?

        • Anonymous

          Upset? Why would I be upset?

          Im simply throwing back all the flack anyone WITHOUT a Nexus received for simply not having a Nexus.

          The iNexus “G-Nex” trolls said time and time again that the “G-Nex” gets “updates directly from Google” and updates would be “instant since we dont have to wait on the carrier”. 

          Turns out thats not true huh?

          • PC_Tool

            How’s it not true?

            Was there a working update we missed?  Did we get an update that *wasn’t* from Google? 

          • Anonymous

            Good god I guess I have to break it down barney style.

            iNexus fanboys claimed that the “G-Nex” would get updates instantly. Meaning according to their logic, every single “G-Nex” would be running 4.0.3 right now and they would get 4.1 the very moment its built. 

            The reality is theirs fragmentation even within the Nexus circle…now how does that happen when the Nexus “gets updates instantly” and “before anyone else”. Seems like more “else”s got it before you did.

          • QtDL

            Wow. I am new to this scene and even I know that your statements are flawed.

          • PSU_DI

            4.0.3 source was released to ASOP, that mean that there are devs out in the wild building this version for devices, but that doesn’t mean that Google has finished building the Galaxy Nexus 4.0.3 ROM, once Google has approved that update ALL Galaxy Nexus devices will get it.  This means that Galaxy Nexus owners will always gets updates faster than any other OEM. It just doesn’t mean the moment the source code is ready that it is ready for a phone and that includes the Galaxy Nexus, it takes a lot more than source code to make a phone work properly.

          • Anonymous

            So why do some “G-Nex” users have 4.0.1 and others have 4.0.2? Some are stuck at 4.0.1 right now. 

            I understand what ur saying though. Im simply stating that the iNexus trolls were wrong thats all. 

          • PSU_DI

            no one is stuck at 4.0.1 all galaxy nexus devices have the option to update to 4.0.2 through the OTA.  I have two Galaxy Nexus phones, one that I bought the day it came out.  It was preloaded with 4.0.1 and after the first 10 minutes of activating it I received the 4.0.2 update.  I just purchased the Nexus for my wife and her phone arrived yesterday, again it had 4.0.1 on it from factory but after 15minutes of the unit being on it prompted to install the update.  The only reason there is 4.0.1 on a galaxy nexus is if they choose not to update or if they haven’t activated the device yet. 

            4.0.3 is a different story many people in the root community have made 4.0.3 ROM for the galaxy nexus, I have tried them but found myself going back to stock.  The ROMs are a hybrid of 4.0.2 & 4.0.3 source code and it just isn’t perfect yet.  I’ll wait till google released the OTA for 4.0.3 then update and wait for the ROM community to build complete 4.0.3 ROMs.

          • Anonymous

            “Turns out thats not true huh?”

            You couldn’t be more wrong. Google hasn’t released 4.0.3 yet, so that’s why us Nexus users don’t have it for our phones (officially, at least). There’s a HUGE difference between Google releasing the 4.0.3 as AOSP and actually pushing the updates to the phones. They release it as AOSP so developers and the like can do what they want with it. Once it’s deemed ready by Google for OTA release our phones will be the first (probably by weeks or even months) to receive it.

      • PC_Tool

        You really don’t get it do you?

        We’re always going to get them directly from Google.  They just aren’t sending out broken builds.

        Astounding isn’t it?

        Do you really hate the G’Nex users so much that you have to troll us so?

      • Anonymous

        There might be a misunderstanding regarding what it means to get the latest version of Android from Google as soon as it’s
        released.  Google released the 4.0.3 code to AOSP, but they have not yet
        officially released that version for use on phones.  It actually has some bugs that
        Google is fixing–they won’t release it for use on phones until they wdeem it ready for general use.  Google will provide it to the Nexus users in the form of an OTA update.  The other manufacturers will have to take the source and build an update specific to their phones and submit the OTA through the carrier (but we still have to see how things are going to work for the GNex under Verizon).  Since Google has not released an
        OTA for 4.0.3 and the only way to use 4.0.3 is via a custom rom.  Google released the OTA to 4.0.2 for GSM GNex users as soon as Google gave it the stamp of approval.  The CDMA users got the OTA once they activated their
        phones since 4.0.2 came out the day before Verizon released the
        product.  Perhaps some of the GNex trolls were wrongly arguing about
        source code releases as if they were the same as a Google releasing the
        OS to the Nexus phones?   I’m not sure, but so far the Nexus concept is working as planned–Nexus users get the latest version as soon as Google releases it for production use.

        • Anonymous

          Im very well aware of the process. I simply fired back at the iNexus trolls the very same things they said a month ago. Just to prove a point of how ignorant they look. 

          Just giving them a taste of what they dished out and they get all sorts of butt hurt about it. Whats REALLY awesome is the amount of people that tried to explain to me the difference between Google releasing the source code vs when a OTA hits their phone…..as if I didnt already know the process. I never once claimed that it was different. I spit their own words back at them. I sat back here for HOURS laughing my ass off as one after another tried defending themselves. I didnt reply, I just waited and watched the comments pile on….each one completely missed my point entirely. 

          I never once claimed that *I* “know” or believe that the very second a Android build is completed that its pushed out to the “G-Nex”. But their fellow “G-Nex” trolls did since June~July time frame. The very fact that I even said in almost every post that some “iNexus troll” or whatever said it first didnt matter….they cant read anyway. 

          In the end if you’re gonna say something fricken stick behind your words. If some idiot is trolling pro-”G-Nex” stuff thats false fricken SAY SOMETHING! You have people out there that SERIOUSLY believe that since EVERYTHING doesnt have “ZOMG TEH NFC!!!” then its the biggest failure of the 21st century. You seriously have people out there that think the “G-Nex” gets updates the very second they’re built. Dont go say one thing only to say something completely different later. 

          I dont hate the Galaxy Nexus for what it is. Hell I dont even hate the few sane Nexus fans. But the iNexus idiots that trolled for months about “OMG Im throwing money at my monitor but NOTHING IS HAPPENING! VERIZON WHY WONT YOU TAKE MY MONEY?” (speaking of…I must have read at least 100 posts on here about “Verizon please just take my money! I dont care how much it costs!”…remember those? Yeeeeah those. Verizon heard ur cries, enter the $2 convience fee. U mad bro?) and I sat in my chair and literally said out loud “Wow….so THIS is the kind of person thats wants a G-Nex huh? Wow….” and I just shook my head. 

          It left a lasting impression. Only a handful out there have proved me wrong by being sane and capable of cognitive thought. But the majority, and those that trolled hard without even reading my post, in my eyes are pompous douchebags. 

          Thanks for the laughs though, I needed them. Oh silly me, this post is too long for them to read anyway. 

          • Anonymous

            Well at least it brought laughs then, lol.  That’s something good that came from it all.

          • PC_Tool

            “You seriously have people out there that think the “G-Nex” gets updates the very second they’re built.”

            …though he couldn’t actually show us one person that actually believed that if his life depended on it…

  • http://youtu.be/yJRFBwxz65k metairiehomesforsale

    not enjoying the fragmentation.

    • http://www.facebook.com/KenPietro Ken Pietro

      That’s like whining that many people are still on Windows 7, Vista, and XP when Windows 8 Beta is out. Fragmentation shmagmentation. The only fragmentation I see is with crappy UI’s like Sense, Blur, and Touchwiz.

    • PC_Tool

      You aren’t?  What affects have you felt from it?

      • Dan Letsch

        Most of the people whining about it are probably the same that bought a 1 year old phone 1 year ago and can’t understand why they aren’t entitled to the latest, greatest software for as long as they care to keep the phone and all for free!

  • http://www.hammertechnologies.net Chase Johnson

    hooray for 54.9%ers!

  • Anonymous

    600k “G-Nex”s out there at the very most mathematically speaking. 

    In the entire world. 

    Not very impressed. 

    • Anonymous

      Why does that # have to impress you?

      • Anonymous

        Because almost half of DL represents the .3%. Yet the iNexus fanboys make it seem like everyone and their brother has a “G-Nex” and every other single phone on earth is a complete failure. 

        This chart doesnt specify by country. The reality is a VERY small amount of people have the “G-Nex” and id wager 90% of people who wanted one have it already. The sales are gonna drop off now. Which means in the end maybe 750k people wanted the “ZOMG TEH NFC!!!”.

        Big picture? Not that impressive. 

        • Anonymous

          I smell GNex hater, that’s all

          • Anonymous

            And you’d be right. Over the past 6 months certain peoples comments have left an impression on me of what kind of person likes the “G-Nex”. My impression is the vast majority (not all…but more like 90%) throw money at their monitor and troll that nothing happened, need “ZOMG TEH NFC!!!” to continue living and generally are pompous douchbags. I wouldnt be one bit suprised if half of them are the unshaven, rancid smelling “occupy wall street” hipsters. Because thats exactly what they come of as. Your phone has NFC(or as the person I stole it from put it “ZOMG TEH NFC!!!”), WHOOPTY FRICKEN DO. 

            To be honest im surprised so many “G-Nex” owners can even fit it in their skinny jeans. 

          • Anonymous

            yikes – you’re all burnt up over nothing, It’s just a phone dude, lighten up.

            I would think the person who likes a GNex wants a stock Android experience and likes to mod their phone.

            Am I wrong?

          • Anonymous

            Im mad bro. 

          • Anonymous

            You’re right, the numbers aren’t very impressive when you look at the full consumer landscape.  However, it’s still an interesting number given the amount of developers actively working on the phone.  But that’s a good thing for everyone since a lot of their work can get ported into future ICS mods on future phones. 

            I get how you’re not happy with the GNex comment deluge that got increasingly crazy as we reached the phone’s release.  But let it go.  If someone was trolling over the GNex, you’re now letting their trolling live on well past the original comments.  Your comments would give me a huge level of satisfaction if I were trolling for the GNex.  Don’t give out that kind of satisfaction over something like a phone.

          • Stating El Obvious

            There’s someone like this guy on every forum, blog in existence.  “Don’t feed the trolls guys!  Let it die!”  Meanwhile they continue to comment on it as well…

          • Anonymous

            Fair enough.  I think kixofmyg0t had some useful points here, but it’s buried in anger from some past trolling events.  I would love to engage in a real conversation on kixofmyg0t’s points; however, you’re right, I’m not exactly letting it die either.  That’s not very useful.  So I’ll take your comment to heart and move on.

          • Anonymous

            Would you like for Droid Life to do a poll on WHY people bought the G-Nex? I have a feeling ZOMG TEH NFC will be an underwhelming minority.

          • PC_Tool

            So all of your responses here are based on some wildly absurd stereotype you created based on your own preposterous assumptions?

            Cute…

            Let me save you the trouble of responding to any more of the replies I’ve made to your posts:  Don’t bother.  I’m  *not* the G’Nex user you have created in your head. In fact, I don’t think anyone is. 

            …but no matter.  I’ll leave you to your delusions.  Don’t burst a blood-vessel…

          • Anonymous

            Assumptions? Nah bro these are real world obervations. Where did I get all these nice obervations(people throwing money at their monitor and then trolling when nothing happened…among other things)?

            Right here on DL. 

            Jeez “G-Nex” users get all sorts of butt hurt when someone fires back with the same crap they spit out before.

          • Stating El Obvious

            The iNexus owners are in denial and in full spin mode.  Before the release, they swore up and down it was the iPhone killer (haha), when it was glaringly obvious that it stood no chance.  Now that the numbers reveal that no one knows or cares about the Nexus, we hear the excuses about “lack of advertising”, “no one said it would be the best” and “no one said ‘Verizon take my money!”…idiots.

            iNexus sheep are worse then iSheep by leaps and bounds.

        • Anonymous

          Luckily the right 750K will have the G-Nex to keep supporting it like the OG for 2 years. Unlike Moto devices, this won’t hit it’s EOL in 6 months.

          • Anonymous

            “Unlike Moto devices”

            But you used the OG in your example…..good job.

            Also you don’t even know what EOL means.

          • Anonymous

            Outside of that glaring error, it’s a valid point.  If someone wants a phone that will see continued development well beyond its life, the GNex has a good shot at meeting that person’s needs. 

          • Anonymous

            Yeah, Yeah. When I say Moto devices I mean the blurred devices they are putting out now. The OG was the exception and was supported by the devs not so much Motorola (Yes, Moto took it too Froyo but the Devs took it to GB without Moto).

            In comparison now, where the Droid 3 (a device that should have been the true D1 successor if Moto would put there effort into 1 good device instead of a bunch missing 1 key feature) which is going to reach it’s End Of Life (see what I did there?) in about 6 months, and devs will be dropping it to the way side very soon once the D4 is released.

    • Anonymous

      Considering they never advertised for this phone, I’d say it’s fairly good. 

      • Stating El Obvious

        Considering that they actually did advertise for this phone as opposed to never, I’d say its fairly bad.

        • Anonymous

          There was never advertising for this phone until it had been out for a week. It’s only been out 3 weeks, so we’ve had 2 weeks of extremely light advertising, all done after christmas.  Stop making up lies for your own arguments. Tell the truth and you’ll look less like an idiot. 

          Saw a Razr commercial every 5 minutes and the Gnex still has more sales according to DF.net DL.com ADC.com

          • Stating El Obvious

            Wait so you went from “considering there was NEVER advertising” to “considering there was NEVER advertising until it had been out for a week” but I’m making up lies?  Gotcha.  Stop being a G-Nex fanboy and think objectively, sheep.  It’ll help to spread correct information instead of the crap you’re shoveling.  

            If you’re trying to tell me that the “iPhone killer” Galaxy Nexus having 600,000 in sales is a good thing, you’re a moron and a sheep.

    • Anonymous

      I can’t speak of Europe, but here in the U.S. there was near ZERO TV, radio and print advertising prior to the launch of this device. Only web banners promoted its coming. I think that’s impressive.

      • Anonymous

        Oh really? Their wasnt a website at all that hypebeasted the hell out it all year long huh?

        • Anonymous

          DL users don’t account for that. “Normal” people have no clue what the GNex is

          • Anonymous

            DL users dont account for what? This chart? “Normal” people dont know about the “G-Nex” thats true, but the 16K or so DL members(readers?) account for the largest chunk of American “G-Nex” sales. 

            At most just as many people have a “G-Nex” as people that have 1.5 phones….thats not very impressive. Especially since this is AFTER the christmas season….where most purchases are made for the year. Most OG users already have their “G-Nex”. Most of the “hardcore” already have it. 

        • Anonymous

          Stop being such a grumpy, Bionic owning, troll. This site is for enthusiasts. Most people are not enthusiasts. It is so damn obvious that Verizon pushes the Razr only. Go to a Verizon store and the Nexus is just there but the Razr has billboards. Any non-enthusiast I talk to about phones will mention the Razr because that’s all Verizon pushes commercials for.

          My friend who works at Verizon got scowled at by a fellow employee because he said he likes the Nexus so much he was pushing it to customers. Verizon is doing there best to sweep this under the rug and it’s obviously is not going to work.

          • Anonymous

            Hmm well I guess I can stop being so grumpy. But Im keeping my Bionic. As far as being a troll? Not a chance. 

            A little fun story happened a couple days ago. Went to a mall (in brandon florida) and went to all of the Verizon stores(they have more than one)in the mall. They didnt have any “G-Nex”s in any of the store. Ok so I thought maybe they were out of stock but then the rep said something that made me burst in laughter right there on the spot….

            “We dont carry those here, you have to goto a corporate store”.

            Verizon trolls the “G-Nex” harder than I do. 

  • A.M.

    Android 4.0 Share:
    Android Users: 0.3%
    Droid-Life Devotees: 41%

  • You, Music Luva

    My thought….would like updated link to those pimped out new Swype apks from JBThemes.

  • Anonymous

    hooray fragmentation. ugh.

    • http://www.facebook.com/TreyMotes Trey Motes

      Jesus… so tired of hearing this crap. STFU with the fragmentation BS. I mean seriously, how how has this “fragmentation” hurt you or Android? It’s HELPED. It’s called choices; diversity; 47% market share; etc. 

      • Anonymous

        Are you seriously kidding me? You seriously look at the fragmented OS % as a strength of the platform? That’s honestly the dumbest thing I’ve heard in a long time.

        CHOICES? Do you think anyone WANTS to be running 2.2 or 2.1? Wow.

        • Raven

          Umm, yes actually.  I am happily running stock rooted 2.2 on my Droid 2 Global.  I purposely avoided the OTA to 2.3 because I didn’t want to loose root or free wifi tethering and I have yet to see or miss any features of 2.3 that make me want to take the time to install a custom ROM and reinstall my 544 user apps.

      • Anonymous

        agreed. I’ve had issues with MAYBE 3 apps in the 3 years and 4 Droid’s I’ve had. Fragmentation may exist as an issue for developers but not so much for users. 

        • Anonymous

          If you were stuck on an OS, say 2.1 or 2.2, you’d be okay with that?

          • Flyerwire

            would i care? sure, but then i visit android websites all the time and i’d just run a ROM to get me to the latest version. Do you think 90+% of the 200 million android owners care? Not one bit, as long as the apps they work want. Do you think any of them actually know what version they are running? Or whats available? or the difference? no

          • Anonymous

            yes, but remember us modders are the minority

          • Anonymous

            anyone “stuck” on 2.1 or 2.2 doesn’t have a clue what version they’re running. Their phone is 3+ years old and they use it for facebook and phone calls. 

          • Anonymous

            don’t assume just because those folks aren’t modders that they don’t care

          • Anonymous

            so google is supposed to support every device ever made with old hardware? people should be happy with what their device comes installed with (possibly with one upgrade or at least a few patches). 

          • Anonymous

            it’s not Google’s fault. I’m not blaming them.

            However, releasing 2 OSs a year is pretty tough to keep up with. And what ever happened to that Update Alliance garbage we were promised? Never happened.

            Carriers and OEMs are to blame.

          • http://www.facebook.com/TreyMotes Trey Motes

            Sure… GOOGLE! SLOW DOWN WILL YOU? Progress is apparently a bad thing. It’s “fragmentation.”

          • Anonymous

            There’s no reason they need two OS releases a year – one larger update would suffice – and give OEMs more time to update their phones.

          • Raven

            I am happily running stock rooted 2.2 on my Droid 2
            Global and I do a hell of a lot more than facebook and phone calls.  I purposely avoided the OTA to 2.3 because I didn’t want to
            loose root or free wifi tethering and I have yet to see or miss any
            features of 2.3 that make me want to take the time to install a custom
            ROM and reinstall my 544 user apps.

          • PC_Tool

            What apps aren’t running on 2.1/2.2??  Any we’d notice?  What functionality would we be missing?

            My wife’s fascinate is on 2.2.  There is an OTA update available for 2.3.  It sucks.  It’s slow and painful to use.  She’ll be sticking with 2.2 and missing absolutely *nothing* because of it.

          • Anonymous

            Google Chat with video for starters – my wife has a Charge and thought once she finally got 2.3 she’d be able to.

            She be wrong. She’s pissed and no one can explain why. is it Google’s fault? No.

            ….Fragmentation.

          • PC_Tool

            Gtalk Video isn’t a feature of Gingerbread. It is an update to an app they are rolling out to select phones during testing.  Netflix did the same thing testing their app.

            It not being available on all phones during testing is not fragmentation. 

            According to the Google blog, it will be available in the market to all users of 2.3 and above once they finish and roll it out.

          • Stating El Obvious

            You’re telling me that devs didn’t have to update some of their apps to work on GB?  Are you…serious?  You don’t think devs are updating their apps to work with ICS?  Of course there’s fragmentation, don’t be silly.

          • PC_Tool

            …you didn’t name any of the supposed boatload of apps that aren’t functional from one update/phone to the next that would explain the constant whine of “Fragmentation” among the Android whiners.

            So…let’s see it.  Show me the list.  Show me the massive amount of problems and issues encountered that is making this “fragmentation” such a huge issue….

          • Anonymous

            But that kind of claim puts Android on the same level as any other OS (desktop or phone).  The iOS devs at my work had to update our apps to work on iOS 5 just the same as they had to update Windows apps and Android apps in major releases.  Different OS versions of Android, at this point, don’t really create fragmentation for the users in the same way it used to cause problems.  The work the the devs at my job did to get our apps running in GB, HC, and now ICS wasn’t difficult compared to the pre-Froyo days. 

            I’m not going to say fragmentation doesn’t exist, but it’s not the but it seems to be increasingly caused by manufacturers compared to that of Google’s OS upgrades.  The devs at my work cannot support all the hardware using Android, which drives them nuts since we want the products on as many devices as possible.  We can support the OS pretty easily, but when someone like Sony comes out with a dual screen phone that apparently required a custom build of Android, we run into issues. 

      • Butters619

        I get tired of hearing it too because A*ple fan boys make it seem like it’s the biggest issue in the world, but I don’t think there is a single Android user out there (bar a couple Nexus user perhaps) that haven’t had at least some issues due to fragmentation.  I know I have.

    • http://twitter.com/ryocoon Kurtis Whittington

      To be fair, about 55% are later Gingerbread (2.3.x), with another large chunk at Froyo (2.2). Some devices were dropped or just too gimpy to get updates to the latest. I do agree there is fragmentation (both in hardware), but when 80+% are within two major revisions, that isn’t as bad as it used to be. Even apple devices are often running separate revisions (iOS4 vs iOS5, with minor revisions). Different versions of the OS aren’t nearly so big of a problem as disparate hardware and specs, and coders not having testing devices or writing code to accommodate for said disparate hardware.

      • Anonymous

        Agreed – I would discount the discrepancy between 2.3 phones and 4.0.x frankly because ICS is brand new.

         

      • Anonymous

        Well said.

    • http://www.facebook.com/KenPietro Ken Pietro

      That’s like whining that many people are still on Windows 7, Vista, and XP when Windows 8 Beta is out. Fragmentation shmagmentation. The only fragmentation I see is with crappy UI’s like Sense, Blur, and Touchwiz and those don’t even really affect the functionality.

  • http://www.joshbroton.com KillaPenguin

    Your math is flawed. That’s .6% of all Android phones, not just the ones activated since the phone was released. 

    I don’t have the exact statistics, but the equation you should use is #OfAndroidPhones * .006 = Number you’re looking for.

    • Highwire

      Also its only .003 since the GNex isn’t running 4.0.3 yet, as they said. So 300,000 worldwide…

      • http://www.joshbroton.com KillaPenguin

        Almost sure the GSM GNex is on 4.0.3. Am I wrong?

        • flyerwire

          incorrect. a large majority on still on 4.0.1 due to the issues in 4.0.2

          • Anonymous

            Source? Besides, doesn’t the “-” indicate a range?

          • Flyerwire

            of what? 4.0.1? 4.0.3 isn’t officially out for the GNex, 4.0.2 is on all the LTE devices, but it got stopped on GSM devices. Source is a large majority of GSM users not seeing a 4.0.2 update, and knowing that nexus device rollouts don’t take a month

          • Anonymous

            I was asking how you were able to determine your “large majority” claim.

          • Flyerwire

            didnt notice the second question, large majority i have no idea. I dont have it yet and i’m large. So it works. Anyway, the main point is 4.0.3 “officially” isn’t the GNex although there are ROMs that use it. 

          • Anonymous

            lol. ok…

        • http://www.facebook.com/nadeemqasem Nadeem Qasem

          yea ur wrong 4.0.2

      • http://twitter.com/GoldenCube Toys Samurai

        .003 is questionable because it’s pretty safe to say that not all Nexus S are running 4.03.

    • Anonymous

      was just about to point this out.. many more gnex’s out there than that math would lead you to believe.

  • Anonymous

    A nice big slice of fragmentation pie!