Recent statistics from NetMarketShare have shown a markedly low adoption rate of Android’s latest operating system, Android 9.0 Pie. In fact, the latest Android operating system, which was released in August last year, has an adoption rate of just 0.22%, which is in stark contrast to iOS 12.1, which is currently the most recent and most popular operating system for Apple users.

Despite the many improvements that Android 9.0 Pie has brought, the lack of interest in this update seems to be largely due to the limited amount of devices that are compatible with the operating system.

Here is a list of devices that are currently able of running Android 9.0 Pie.


• Asus Zenfone 5
• Asus Zenfone 5Z


• Google Pixel 2
• Google Pixel 2XL
• Google Pixel
• Google Pixel XL


• Nokia 8 Sirocco
• Nokia 8
• Nokia 7.1
• Nokia 7 Plus
• Nokia 6.1 Plus
• Nokia 6.1
• Nokia 6
• Nokia 5.1 Plus
• Nokia 5
• Nokia 3.1 Plus
• Nokia 2.1 (Go Edition)


• Huawei P20 Pro
• Huawei P20
• Huawei Mate 10 Pro


• Moto Z3
• Moto G6 Plus
• Moto G6
• Moto One Power
• Moto One


• OnePlus 6
• OnePlus 5T
• OnePlus 5


• Samsung Galaxy S9
• Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
• Samsung Galaxy Note 9
• Samsung Galaxy S8
• Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus


• Sony Xperia XZ2
• Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact
• Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium
• Sony Xperia XZ1
• Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact
• Sony Xperia XZ Premium


• Xiaomi Mi Mix 3
• Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
• Xiaomi Mi A2
• Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite
• Xiaomi Mi A1

Google recently announced that it would be extending its Project Treble programming for the forthcoming version of Android, which means that a greater number of mobile manufacturers will be included in beta testing for Android 10, hopefully making it a more popular operating system than its predecessor.

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