Rumor: Google to pay manufacturers for phones without bloatware




Google wants to pay phone manufacturers to provide phones without too much bloatware and with a consistent user experience. Rumored The so-called Silver program was the Nexus line of phones to replace.

Android logo The rumor that Google wants to stop the Nexus line is doing the rounds for some time and according to the pay site The Information Nexus devices are replaced by Silver devices. Google would pay phone manufacturers to keep bloatware or user the ability to offer bundled remove. Non-Google apps their phones free

Phone manufacturers should also promise to provide users with updates to Android soon and there should be a consistent user experience offered. Whether that means that manufacturers may impose no own skin over Android is unclear. Currently the Nexus devices are released under the Google flag and the original Android interface provide an exception: most manufacturers have developed their own user interface for Android.

Inter alia, LG and Motorola would have interest, wherein the first Silver phones might come. All next year Samsung, HTC and Sony would be less easy to convince. Previously released Samsung and HTC have Nexus devices, like Sony and they also brought Google Play editions of their phones off, no bloatware and proprietary interface.


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