The Android operating system is widely regarded as a great success story.
But there are some concerns that its adoption in many countries is on the wane.
According to the Pew Research Center, there are now more than 100 million Android smartphones, which includes many that don’t have a built-in camera or other advanced features.
Many are also missing some essential features.
The Pew report also found that a whopping 40 percent of Android devices have an Apple-compatible camera, and nearly two-thirds are powered by Android.
Android smartphones are now also widely used by some countries, including Russia, Indonesia and South Korea.
In many countries, Android is used as the default operating system.
Many mobile users in those countries are more likely to be on Android than they are to be using Apple’s iOS.
In other cases, however, Android has a more positive reputation.
In the U.S., nearly 60 percent of smartphones in use now run Android.
Android devices in many U.K. markets are also now more popular than Apple’s iPhones, while iPhone sales are at record levels.
More: Android has long been seen as a success story in many parts of the world.
It has become one of the most popular mobile operating systems worldwide.
But its popularity is falling.
According the Pew report, more than half of Android smartphones in the world now are running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is not compatible with iOS devices.
That is because Android 4 has several security vulnerabilities, including vulnerabilities that could allow an attacker to access the phone’s internal memory.
The Pew report said that more than 70 percent of smartphone users in most countries are on Android.
But Android’s success is waning.
“The adoption of Android in many nations is lagging behind iOS,” the report said.
“In countries where Android is dominant, the majority of Android users are in mobile devices that are not equipped to support Apple’s OS.”
According to Pew, many countries are using more smartphones with Apple’s operating system than they did two years ago.
The report said, “In many nations, the adoption of Apple’s Android operating systems is lagged behind iOS.”