Don’t You Know The History Of Android? Learn It In Just A Minute
In it, the North American firm in just one minute shows what the history of its operating system has been like since in 2007 a young Sergei Brin made this open-source development known to the entire world. Without a doubt, they would not think that this development would become one of the great dominators of the market and that it would plant Apple’s iOS face to face. What times those, right?
A video that allows you to know the history of Android
The truth is that, after a couple of initial years in which things did not progress exponentially like now, due to the strong competition that existed, a date arrives that is key in the evolution of the operating system: 2011. At this time, the milestone of achieving no less than 100 million devices with the operating system is marked, but the most important thing is that there many of the large companies in the telephony sector opt for the use of this software and leave aside to the rest. In other words, Google wins the game for being the great and only rival of iOS.
Subsequently, spectacular implementation figures have been provided annually at Google I/O, where in recent years the word billions have not stopped sounding when referring to computers with the operating system we are talking about. But this is quite logical. The market we are talking about is two and, curiosities of destiny, its rival is closed. Therefore, everyone else has no choice but to use Android (you know that about lentils…). Of course, its evolution has been fantastic in terms of the number of options, security improvements, interaction, etc.
What is surprising is the video that has been published is that in a minute it has been broken down very correctly how the 14 years of history that Android has behind it have been and that, by what it seems, it is not going to have any problem doubling them without greatly reducing their brutal world market share (above 85% for a long time).
What to expect at Google I/O 2022
Apart from a new version of Android, since we must not lose good habits, the company seems to announce a new range of smartphones where the first Google foldable would be the big star. In addition, it is also possible that a good number of accessories will be presented with headphones and a smartwatch at the head; and, without a doubt, advances in your voice assistant. Any surprise? Well, it sure is, since those from Mountain View are experts in this type of thing and, if you have to bet, the logical thing is to do it for new cloud-based services.