It has been more than five years since the release of Android 13. Although it has been quite some time since the launch Android 13, the OS is still only 5.2% installed on Android devices as per official google stats.
Google used to report monthly to developers about the distribution of Android versions. However, such reports have been irregular in recent years. Data on the distributions of various versions of Android’s mobile operating system were last updated in August 2013. This was just before Android 13 launched. Google has now published a chart which clearly illustrates the current situation, and also allows you to calculate the distribution speed for the new OS version.
According to published data, only 5.2% of Android 13-powered devices currently run it. Android 12 and Android 12L account respectively for 18.9% and 13.5%, respectively. Android 11 is the most used, accounting for 24.4%.
It is important to note that Android 8.0 Oreo was the lowest-ranked OS version, at 9.5%. Android 4.4 KitKat is the oldest Android version reported in Google statistics. It has fallen from 0.9% down to 0.7% since August. The oldest Android version previously reported was Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. However, it has been removed from the statistics.