How Google is changing mobile for the next billion users
Friday, May 29, 2015
From a market share perspective, Android is firmly entrenched as the mobile platform of choice in countries with high smartphone usage. What about regions challenged by spotty connectivity and people with limited budgets?
For the next billion connected users, Google is adjusting its software and services as it continues to broaden the scope of its low-cost Android One phone brand.
Aside from announcing some of the prominent Android M features coming to mobile devices, Google on Thursday also spent a fair amount of time discussing how it is improving the mobile experience in emerging markets.
Source: ZDNet (link opens in a new window)
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