So i was looking online the other day, when i came upon some images of the original android prototype http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/ne/p/2008/android_prototype_550x385.jpg
And i started thinking, why dont we see android devices like this? So then i came to the conclusion that android as we know it today (1.6 and the likes)
would not function to well on a screen that size, and a device like that. It would take too long to navigate through, using a D-Pad, or a trackball.
Then the thought came "wasnt android created for all devices?" And the answer is Yes, yes it was.
So after a bunch of thinking, i thought that android was not really that great for a business user. If you were to give a Business person, a G1 for say, (only because it has the keyboard) they would not want to use it as a business device (personal maybe?). But if we were to take the early builds of android, build them up to speed, and update some major points, not the interface, who, other than me, think that it would be useful to a business person? or some one who wants a "light" version of android? Personally, i love simple things, and i love the early builds of android.
I guess, what im trying to say is that android lost some of its early potential that we saw back when it was on prototype device. Does anyone else think that a "light" version of android would be useful?
I know i prob typed in random but thats the way i think, and i really hate this keyboard im using so i wanted to type it quick.
So thanks for the imput. if any
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