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Android 2.3 Gingerbread – A Review

December 15, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments


“Android has evolved more aggressively, more rapidly than any other mobile platform. But now it’s reached a point of maturity, and you can see that in Gingerbread: The newness in Android 2.3 is all about refinement. Not new features or functions or just stuff. It’s Android where Google’s slowed down and taken the time to think about how it looks and feels and responds.

The irony, of course, is that most of the careful design work that’s gone into Android 2.3 won’t ever be seen by a large portion of Android users. The definitive Android design won’t be experienced by people who own phones covered in custom software. There’s only a handful of Android phones in the US where you’ll be able to get the real Android experience—Nexus One, T-Mobile G2 and the Nexus S—even though it’s unquestionably better than anything phone makers are conjuring up themselves these days.”

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