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What does Android look like in the next 10 years?

What does Android look like in the next 10 years?

Ten years ago, Android faced numerous challenges. I simply tried to create a steady portable working framework. It appeared in a very crowded stadium. Back then, Apple, Blackberry, Nokia / Symbian, Palm, and Windows Mobile were the opposite. By 2009, Android's overall industry steadily increased, and until mid-2010, Android's upward direction did not stop.

What began as an optional portable trial for geeks has become a complete standard. But what does it mean to the final destiny?

Artificial reasoning

Google's goal for Android has changed since 10 years ago. The biggest competitor in artificial consciousness is Amazon, not the counterpart mobile phone producer. The web-based business juggernaut is not timid about his aspirations for the Alexa stage, revealing it to outsiders and making advanced collaborators

The idea is to provide customers with the confidence that the phone they buy meets a specific model arrangement, including secure refresh and uniform interface. Google maintains a closer relationship to Android Open, but unlike the internal Pixel gadget, it does not control each part of the plan. Previously, a little more explanation is required. One of Android's biggest qualities (open stage) is also a huge downside. It's possible that you don't need a bloated Android that doesn't clean up and resemble what an external equipment manufacturer chooses, but the manufacturer has the option to revise its specifications as the choice has narrowed over the past decade. Organize one section of highlights or equipment for different districts into different areas. Guarantees normal security and programming refresh directly from you and me.

On the surface, the Nexus Line's legacy and the Play Edition handset have expanded. Simply search for the Android One badge and you're ready. "I will / I not not?" Guess the joy required for refreshing other Android fuel handsets.

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