1. spatel9114's Avatar
    We had a couple people at CTIA last week -- people whose words carry weight -- tell us off the record that the next major version of Android would take big strides toward stopping the ugly trend toward severe fragmentation that has plagued the platform for much of this and last year. You know, the kind of fragmentation that has already left users running not one, not two, not three, but four distinct versions of the little green guy (1.5, 1.6, 2.0, and 2.1) depending on a seemingly arbitrary formula of hardware, carrier, region, software customization, and manufacturers' ability to push updates in a timely fashion. Put simply, Google's been iterating the core far faster than most of its partners have been able to keep up.

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    Hope this is true, this is one of the main things why I think that Android is killing itself, so this improvement would be a HUGE step forward. Hopefully Froyo update doesn't take as long as Eclair update is taking to reach consumers.
    03-29-2010 11:05 AM
  2. nox's Avatar
    That's great news. Now my sister and her G1 can experience all the things she envy's from my phones OS
    03-29-2010 11:26 AM
  3. spatel9114's Avatar
    That's great news. Now my sister and her G1 can experience all the things she envy's from my phones OS
    Assuming that G1 gets Froyo
    03-29-2010 12:10 PM
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