Google & Qualcomm Preparing Android To Tackle iPhone
Like we didn’t knew this before, Chief Operating Officer Sanjay Jha seems to be confident in Android chances of taking the battle to the iPhone in his latest statements.
“The iPhone’s good, but “there are opportunities to do some things better.”
Somethings better like…? So far Android appears to be very much like the iPhone with open source being an advantage. I’d like to know what it is that they plan to do with Android that the iPhone cannot.
â€œIt is our expectation that a large number of Android phones will run on our platforms,â€ says Jha. He told analysts that he has seen the latest version of Android, and it’s “meaningfully better than the previous version”.
Would Jha mind sharing what he has seen with the community? If it is better than what was shown at Google’s I/O developer conference then we’ll be going cookoo for an Android device.
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