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Saturday, April 28, 2012

That was the vision of Google's Android before iPhone




As is well known that Google had started the development of Android, the present long before the first Apple iPhone in 2007 although the first handset - the G1-marketed a year later in 2008. The legal battle of Oracle with Google for Java, however, confirms what we knew we all knew: that Google had completely different plans for Android devices before released iPhone.


Specifically, the presentation slides filed in the trial indicated that the basic characteristics of the devices included two menu keys, at least 200MHz processor, 64MB of memory RAM, QVGA display with 16-bit color support roundtrips. Basically what Google had in mind for the Android was a clone of the popular BlackBerry devices then. The company's plans, of course, changed dramatically when the iPhone came out in 2007 and brought up under the large touch screen.


Here are photos from both the original Android devices before 2007 and by operating at the time.



 
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