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Do SoC manufacturers blame fragmentation in Android?

Although since the beginning of Android there is debate on whether or not fragmentation is a problem, it is clear that the dispersion of versions and how slow they move the new versions is a fact. As an example we could say that Android Kit Kat, presented in October 2013 and replaced by Android Lolipop in October 2015 (although pre-released in May 2015 as Android L developer) still is in a third of the Android circulating the world. The latest version of Android, Marshmallow, submitted six months ago, it is only 4.6%…

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