From the official dashboard or other resources, I cannot derive how many (if any) real commercially available devices with Intel CPU have Nougat or higher installed (or preinstalled).

As Android developer, I want to know how many regular users may suffer if I choose not to support these devices (due to ffmpeg text relocations in assembly, if you want to know why).

I don't care about the emulators, or android-x86 deeply respected community. These people have much better alternatives for video recoding.

  • It isn't quite easy to tell whether this question is off-topic – iBug Dec 19 '17 at 11:14
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    "deeply respected experiments" - the questions we get about android-x86 show there's actually quite a determined community who play mobile games or use messaging apps on their PCs. Whether those people are relevant to you is another matter, of course. – Dan Hulme Dec 19 '17 at 11:19
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    I've previously written an answer for What Percentage of Android Devices Runs on x86 Architecture? - you should be able to get a rough idea. – Andy Yan Dec 19 '17 at 11:29

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