In the world of Android, there are many devices for us to choose from. Google develops the core OS and then various device manufacturers take that, modify that to fit their various phones and tablets, (and phablets), and then release it to the market, leaving customers with large number of choices. Having a huge and diverse market like this causes competition within these manufacturers and that’s always so good for consumers and Android eco system.
But there may be some Android lovers who appreciates Apple‘s way of doing it – single choice from one company which does it all.
Obviously that method can’t be implemented with Android, and it never should be, and it never would be.
What I envision is a hybrid system. Continue reading “A Hybrid System for Android Device Manufacturing – Google Motorola Should Do It”