Android One has been weakened through changes to the reference design, the parts used, and the slower software update rate now controlled by manufacturers rather than Google. is it time to kill the project?
Android One has been weakened firstly by Google allowing manufacturers to switch out parts for their own alternatives, and then handing the control of update schedules back from Mountain View to the individual manufacturers and networks. Is it time to kill the project and use the resources to improve the regular Android platform?
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