Google, Andy Rubin, in an interview last month, said that ginger can better understand social media, clips, game options and better ways of combining Web applications and indigenous peoples. There is much speculation about what Android 2.3 or 3.0 should offer, but I also want to have something of mine.
1. Faster, more updates.
Google needs to meet handset manufacturers and operators to provide a better way for users to quickly obtain updates to their phones. Many phones are stuck with versions of Android, the worst example, Dell is currently selling Aero Android 1.5. Rubin said that Google is going to shake the market laggards, but that does not help the millions of people who bought phones that are not updated. Hen Google needs its partners, even threatening to remove access to Google services, unless they receive updates on progress.
2. In addition, component of Google Apps.
Phones bearing the “Google” brand should be integrated closely with all Google services, Gmail, and not just maps. T-Mobile G2 has reached a milestone with the integration of Google Voice, and I especially like to see improved Google Docs on Android phones. Since we have our cake and eat it here, we will make second-level services such as Google Sky Map removable user, but when installed, we will plug them into the system at a relatively low level.
3. Google Voice VoIP and video calls.
Qik Fring and had a chance. Heck, they still have a chance. But they have not yet been able to provide a satisfactory solution for video for Android phones. Google is to integrate as well as video calls and Gizmo5 VoIP products directly to the Google Voice, demonstrate to others how to do it.
4. Tablets, pills, tablets.
Gingerbread can be Google’s official “platform” release, where the company finally decided to devices with screens of 1024 x 600 or greater that does not make phone calls. To provide a large tablet experience, Google has to rewrite its PIM applications in support of the largest screens, find a way to bring third-party applications on a big screen experience and enable developers to target users through Android Market tablets.
5. Fixed Exchange e-mail.
It is a pet peeve of pets, and there is a flaw in the Microsoft Exchange client Android 2.2 batters email your battery if you keep a very large, server-side inbox. I have such a mailbox. Google should fix this problem.
It is one thing, I do not want to Google: a single, authorized a single user interface. I always thought that Google “Android store” interface is a bit ‘of extras and hostile, and I really enjoyed what HTC and Samsung, in particular, need to innovate on top. I hope that Google can find a way to adapt to this innovation, often providing system updates.