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We all know Android has come a long way, from suckie to the coolest mobile system. I wonder what is the next step of Android? Upgrade better hardware? add more features? or try to be innovative and create totally new Android experience? What do you guys think?
 
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We all know Android has come a long way, from suckie to the coolest mobile system. I wonder what is the next step of Android? Upgrade better hardware? add more features? or try to be innovative and create totally new Android experience? What do you guys think?
next time you want to discuss something, put it in the general section not Q&A . android was not " suckie" at the start, it was amazing for what we had back then. Heck of a lot better than the original iphone.
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Note taken. But the suckie thing is just my opinion, no offence intended.
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