Android

Android

Android

Android in United Kingdom

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Android Versions : Oxygen 11, 10, Pie 9, Oreo 8, Nougat 7, Marshmallow 6, Lollipop 5, Kitkat 4.4, Ice Cream Sandwich 4, Honeycomb 3, Gingerbread 2.3, Froyo 2.2, Eclair 2, Android 1.
Android OS is the most popular OS for phones, tablets and smart devices.
Android is a software created by Google with free source code, allowing more applications and development.
Android  - in United Kingdom Mobile phones. Android OS is an Operating System that runs in most smartphones. Last version is: Oxygen os 11 (android 11) and previous versions 10, Pie 9, Oreo 8, Nougat 7, Marshmallow 6, Lollipop 5, Kitkat 4.4, Ice Cream Sandwich 4, Honeycomb 3, Gingerbread 2.3, Froyo 2.2, Eclair 2, Android 1. You can update it, setup, configure and install apps and games from the Google Play Store.
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