Wednesday, October 31, 2012

What happened to the rumored Nexus devices from Sony, HTC and Motorola?

Taken by the new Nexus 4 and the new  Nexus 10 , we forgot to make the necessary considerations about the lack of Nexus multi platform project.
Prior to October 29th, indeed many thought that Google could open the door to the Google Experience and all the major companies, would be enough to meet the guidelines for very specific part of the program in the Nexus, and then close the door to customize the operating system.

The situation of this Monday, however, showed us how Google didn't want to radically change its formula, searching for specific employees to market only a few devices per year, and finished the controlled price.
Perhaps the time is not yet ripe to open the project nexus at all, partly because many, especially smaller companies could take advantage and pull device does not live up to that nomenclature.
Also record the total lack of Motorola , Google has not yet confirmed as projects on the American company, which is still stuck in a limbo from which we hope will come out in a hurry, just with a few surprises in 2013.
Honestly, the idea of ​​the Google Experience open to all he had enticed, but with the benefit of hindsight it is also understandable as an opening like that could cause problems and optimization of confusion.
Perhaps it is better to wait and apply ourselves to the LG Nexus 4 and Samsung Nexus 10.

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