Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by zuben el genub, Jul 15, 2013.
(Via Cult of Android)
interesting letter ...
and I agree that would be a great phone.. and many would want it.
but the makers have forces that push them away from that...
if one does it.. then the others will have to do it...
then what is the difference from one make to the next? only hardware.
then it would be a very costly battle for the makers. then price would have to be lowered.
so then each maker has decided to stay away from that slide to low low profit
and hard battle.
so.. each maker is trying to carve their own market share with the software differences.
So, he wants a "vanilla" Android experience, EXCEPT for the custom manufacturer parts _he_ likes. Maybe everybody doesn't want the same custom parts he does. Should Samsung for example make one version vanilla with multi window, one with fancy camera, one with S-Voice, etc, or add in the ones various people like until it ends up where we are now anyway?
I do agree there should be a stock Android/Touchwiz or whatever option, but that's not a new idea at all, it's been discussed forever.