Whoa!!! Someone made an infographic of Android 10 update rollout based on our stories
Google rolled out the stable Android 10 update in September 2019 and since then, quite a number of vendors have also rolled out the stable update to a handful of their devices.
The first non-Google vendor to roll out the stable update was Essential. Although it was initially thought the Redmi K20 Pro also received its stable update on this very day, it turned out to be a limited version for beta testing.
The wait for the next stable update had to go all the way to October when the Nokia 8.1 opened the floodgates only for OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7 Pro, and Xiaomi Mi 9 to follow through with their own Android 10 stable updates.
Ever since the Mi 9 picked up the stable Android 10 update, a flurry of other devices have also received the OTA. Talk of the likes of Redmi K20 Pro, Asus ZenFone 6/Asus 6z, Huawei P30 Pro, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, and whatnot.
As of this writing, more devices are still receiving the stable Android 10 update and here at PiunikaWeb, we do our best to bring you the latest coverage on this matter as and when we get the news.
Indeed, it seems the team’s hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed as one of our readers has done the unthinkable by creating a cool infographic of Android 10 update rollout based on the stories we’ve covered on the same.
The last time Google updated its Android distribution stats is May 2019 and at the time, Android 10 wasn’t around in its current form.
So, if you are looking for a rough idea of the current Android 10 distribution stats, this infographic is a good place to start, at least until Google updates its page to include the new OS.
The fact that the chart shows individual devices and the time they picked up their updates to Android 10 stable makes the representation even better. You can check it out below.
Thanks Benjamin Izadpanah for the creative masterpiece!
NOTE: Click/tap here for a clearer infographic of Android 10 update rollout as of January 13, 2020.
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