Happy anniversary, Android – – Technology News

Ten years have passed. Since Google announced the first Android G1 phone. Since that time, the operating system has escaped from an iPhone replacement as a buggy, which is arguably the most popular (or at least popular).OO) We are developing computer platforms all over the world. But he certainly did not come without a few clashes on the way.

Please participate in a simple memoir of the last 10 years of Android Device: good, bad, Nexus Q.

HTC G1 (2008)

That's what caused it all, I have a weakness for the old man. Also called HTC Dreams – I came back when we had a HTC. G1 was as bad as you imagined. Its full keyboard, trackball, slightly sloping screen (which is even distorted with formal images) and considerable surroundings marked it from the start as a phone that only real otakus could like. Compared to the iPhone, it looked like a bad whale.

But over time, their half-cooked software matured and their specificity became apparent to the clever key they had. So far I was satisfied with the content of the trackball and the full keyboard, but even though the G1 is not pretty, it was difficult as a Hello.

Moto Droid (2009)

Of course most people do not look at Android again, before the release of Moto, with Droid, a famous manufacturer of RAZR devices. Looking back, the droid is it is It's much better than the G1, but it's thinner, it has a better screen, it enjoys a great marketing promotion from Motorola and Verizon. (Disclosure: Verizon owns the Oath, but does not affect our coverage).

For many people, the droid and its direct descendants were the Android mobile phones that it owned first. New and interesting things blew the Palm, but it was much cheaper than the iPhone.

HTC / Google Nexus One (2010)

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