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The Android Revolution

We’ve discussed Google’s Android Operating System before as it pertains to Verizon partnering with the tech giant or the system’s specific capabilities, but there’s a lot to catch up on, as is often the case with Google. There are now a ton of Droid systems already on the market, with more coming. Keep reading as we take a closer look at the state of the market.

  1. The Android Revolution
  2. Survey Says …
  3. Latest Phone to Join the Droid Ranks
  4. What’s Next for the Android OS?
By: Joe eitel
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April 13, 2010

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Not only is the Droid system most favored among developers (as we’ll soon learn), but since the operating system’s release in October of 2008, an unprecedented number of smartphones (and e-readers, among a few other gadgets) now use the system. By the end of 2009, Google expected there to be 18 Android phones by year's end, but just a few months in 2010 there are a whopping 45 smartphones making use of the Droid system.


Let’s catch up on the latest Droid developments and find out a little bit about the latest smartphone to join the Droid army: the Motorola Backflip, which is being offered by AT&T.

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