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Android Developers to Face Custom-Made Android Smartphone

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Android app development companies can be surprised with the announcement of the new Motorola android phone announced by Google recently. Trending across various tech blogs, the tag line “designed by you, assembled in the USA” featured in teaser is the first thing that gets your attention. Now if it’s mocking Apple’s tagline of ‘designed in California and Made in China’ then we better gear up for another war of words between the giants. However it is yet not clear as to what aspects pertaining to designing will be thrown open for customers to put in their brains?

What if hardware is customizable?

Well then, there can be a lot of challenges for android app developers. Android app development  companies who are already facing issues pertaining to consistency over a myriad of devices, this can end up being challenging. On the other hand Google might also set a specific set of configuration for users to choose from instead of letting them decide entirely on their own. Although we don’t really see it happening. The challenges posed will be phenomenal and carrying on with them does not seem practical in the long run.

The freedom to create a custom UI

Just as god bestowed each and every person with a unique face, why not have the same idea run our Smartphone as well? It is likely that Google will allow customers to design their custom UI and put their developers to build it for you. There can be suggestions as well to drive the creative juices of people and make it happen.

The android world is always buzzing with something exciting and a customizable android Smartphone adds to this excitement.

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