Android smartphone users are eager to start upgrades to the newest version of the mobile platform. While this happens, we understand that currently 0.2% of all devices work with Android Oreo.

The information is from the Android Distribution chart on the company website. The page monitors the distribution of the different versions worldwide and updates continuously to provide the most relevant results.

It is important to note that currently only Nexus and Pixel smartphones work with the latest operating system. Only a few hours later, we expect the premiere of Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL, which will also work with Android Oreo.

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The new OS offers a number of improvements, but also is expected to end the slow system updates. It is a matter of time to see if Android Oreo has the potential to become the most popular version of the operating system so far.

Most devices today run Android Marshmallow, which has a market share of 32%. Second is Android Lollipop, which supplies 27.7% of the devices on the market, followed by Android Nougat with 17.8%.

We are going to see how quickly the updates to the current smartphone manufacturers of the leading manufacturers will spread. If everything goes as planned, Android 8.0 Oreo has the potential to end one of the biggest and annoying problems of the operating system.

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