Google SVP and Android head Sundar Pichai has made some fascinating comments at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. He did last record to clarify that contrary to in style belief Google failed to bid $10 billion for WhatsApp, after all it wasn’t interested in acquiring it at all. He also addressed Nexus 6 rumors, though with a 10 foot pole, assuring that “it can not be released in the first half of the year.”
Now that really doesn’t come as a surprise, if one appearance back at previous Nexus smartphone launches. Even last year the Nexus 5 was launched within the second half, and we will expect the corporate to stick with its traditional unleash cycle this year likewise. When asked concerning his thoughts on Nokia X and the highly forked Android it runs, Pichai said that its a testament to Google’s claims that Android could be a free OS, despite what critics would possibly suppose, “we have a tendency to do not lie.”
There has been discussion about the chance of Samsung shifting its Galaxy flagship lineup to Tizen from Android in the long run. Though therefore way no Tizen phone has been released to the public, and its highly unlikely that Samsung will take such a brazen call with a nascent platform and place the business performance of its flagship at risk. He says that Samsung and Google’s relationship is “more boring” than the media plays it out to be, that tensions aren’t running high and both firms continue to figure with every different, he additionally assures that the Galaxy S6 will be powered by Android also.