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Android Versions

Below are some Android versions you might not have known.

What Android version are you using?

-Go to settings on your phone.
-About Device.

Android Version 1.6 - Donut.
Android Version 2.1 - Eclair
Android Version 2.2 - Froyo
Android Version 2.3 - Gingerbread
Android Version 3.0 - Honeycomb
Android Version 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich
Android Version 4.1 - Jellybean
Android Version 4.4 - KitKat
Android Version 5.0 - Lollipop
Android Version 6.0 - Marshmallow
Android Version 7.0 - Android N

To Check the name of your android version, tap on 'Android Version' several times under Settings in your smartphone


Introduction:

Android was not built in one day. The source of the world's dominant mobile operating system can be traced right back to the beginning of the previous decade.
We can track Android's progress as it makes it big in the mobile world, with devices like the HTC EVO, HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S sweeping the OS to a dominant position.

Android Everywhere

By the end of 2013, Android came with wearables, TVs, cars and Chromebooks. Every gadgets got their own way of amazing people, for example, the Smart TV Mirroring found in all Smart TVs. This was one function which made many people buy the TVs.

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