Amazon Kindle the Fire seems to have taught an important lesson to many producers: even the Android devices that do not constitute “Google Experience” are able to succeed and generate profits. According to Skyhook Wireless CEO Ted Morgan, the experiment Kindle Fire is about to be repeated with a smartphone produced by a great brand: it could be the much awaited and talked Facebook Phone , Phone, or an Amazon, or a mobile bearing name of a note linked to technology companies.
A clue is offered by The Verge: The department’s research and development of Facebook has seen a much higher budget for the creation of a mysterious product. If you remember, the Status is HTC smartphone released last year that offered a button dedicated to Facebook, but had nothing else to innovation than any other Google-centric Android smartphone. In an interview with Technology Review, Morgan has revealed that many manufacturers are angry partner with Google to have been forced to use certain technologies over others. For example, Morgan explains that Google has forced the OEM to use its technology for detecting the position rather than that of Skyhook.
The location technology based on Skyhook will, however, re-introduced as part of a new Android phone which replaces the experience of Google in the same way in which Amazon has replaced Google Apps on the Kindle Fire, proposing to the user from using of AppStore Amazon. Do not you know who is funding the development of the telephone in question, but the news may still be a turning point for Android.