ICS and Jelly Bean on one quarter of all Android devices, Gingerbread on 56%
Google has updated their Android distribution charts for the month of October, which gathers information on Android users over the last two weeks.
In the last month it appears that there has not been too much headway towards the newer Jelly Bean OS. In fact, there are still more devices running on the incredibly unpopular Honeycomb OS (1.9%) than Jelly Bean (1.8%).
Ice Cream Sandwich has grown from 20.9% to 23.7% in the last month, marking an increase of 2.8%. In the next month we can expect the Galaxy S III, One X, One XL and other major phones to begin receiving the update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, which would mark a deciding increase in the adoption of the latest and greatest from Android.
Unsurprisingly, of course, Android 2.3 Gingerbread is still dominating the Android scene, powering well over 50% of all Android devices.
There is some other information about screen densities and such, which you can find in the source link below.