Can you imagine a smartphone market without Android? If so then please give your valuable opinion regarding that. Focus is not leaving Android and moving towards IOS or anything, but the point is to consider is what is next you can think of? Replacements are obvious, but what might they be? What do you think you the future of Smartphones beyond Android?
The use of the OS in other embedded systems and devices is growing exponentially, and it’s all because of the many benefits Android has to offer. So, I can’t think of world without the use of Android or IOS.
by vinner6 years ago
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by Lily Rose6 years ago
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by Ashok Goyal14 months ago
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by Aikonia4 years ago
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by vinner5 years ago
Will android 4.0(icecream sandwich) rule out I OS?
by Lalulinho7 years ago
What is the best Android smartphone?I think this would make a great Hub but I also just want to know because I am thinking of buying one.
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