For the sake of KitKat, Android Version Will Lawas Off Google?

Google officially launched the latest version of the Android operating system , namely the KitKat in October 2013 . But until now of all Android devices are scattered throughout the world , which adopt the platform is only about 2 % . Precisely , the new KitKat adopted by 1.8 % of all Android smartphone or tablet in the world .

These conditions seem to make Google frustrating . Even recent circulating rumor crowded Google will immediately shut down the entire Android operating system older versions under version 4.4 KitKat .

Rumors itself emerged after a confidential document leaked in cyberspace Google . According to Android Police reported on Wednesday ( 02/12/2014 ) , in that the document is that Google will no longer certify the entire mobile device product adopts the Android 2.3 Froyo operating system up to 4.1 Jelly Bean as of February 2014.

It added that the Android version 4.2 Jelly Bean will be switched off on 24 April 2014 , while version 4.3 Jelly Bean followed on July 31, 2014 .

Google reportedly will force device manufacturers to start producing poduk mobile devices that already run on the Android platform 4.4 KitKat .

Android operating system upgrade process is admittedly quite time consuming and requires the coordination of the handset makers and operators . For example , a smartphone made ​​by Sony until now has just received the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean . Unlike the Samsung or Motorola who already have access to the latest Android 4.4 version of KitKat .