Mere 3.3% of Android Phones Running Android OS 2.2 (Froyo)

Mashable’s Stan Schroeder has a more positive view of the Android OS statistics he reports that I do. In his article he says: Still, as far as fragmentation goes, the recently updated Android distribution chart is looking better than ever, with 55.5% of devices running Android 2.1 and 22.1% are running Android 1.6.
Over 55 Percent of Android Devices Now Running Version 2.1
But, the next paragraph has the statistic that bothers me: Android 2.2 is now showing up on 3.3% of devices. Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) was released in May. However, not a single Android phone released since came with 2.2. And, no Android phone except Google’s own now defunct Nexus One has had an update made available for it yet.
It should be noted that according to the data presented, nearly all Android 2.0 devices have upgraded to 2.1 by now. It means, however, that 41.2% of all Android phones runs version 1.6 or older. Google needs to give Android phone makers a good swift kick in the behind to get them to roll out 2.2 updates before 3.0 is released later this year.