Related to Android statistics charts in the world market for a January 2013 release by Google, the majority of Android devices seem to still rely on the support system for Gingerbread, followed by Ice Cream Sandwich, and then the new Jelly Bean. Statistics chart is based on the latest available data on February 4, 2013.
During the month of January 2013 alone, Android Jelly Bean controlled 13.6% of the world market. This is certainly higher than the growth in December 2012 and the only control 6.7% only. Growth is likely to increase significantly affected due to the increasing number of old versions of android devices that switch or renew support system to a version of Android Jelly Bean instead of Honeycomb or Ice Cream Sandwich.
The majority of Android devices around the world seem to still rely on the support system to Gingerbread. Gingerbread itself successfully controlled approximately 45.6% of the market share of existing and occupied the top position. While Ice Cream Sandwich Android dominate 29% of the world market and position under Gingerbread.
Honeycomb is optimized for tablet market share also declined because only 1.3% are able to master it. This happen because many current Honeycomb devices are switched or updated to Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean.
As for the rest, the Android device in some parts of the world that seems to still run the Donut, Eclair or Froyo.