Here is a tease of the upcoming Android phone OS.
Our question is: why do technology companies make better phone’s than the actual companies that make phones as their core business? As Google-hoics ourselves, this mobile integration of Google services into our daily life might be more appropriate than an iPhone, but the longer they wait to release this, the harder it will be to beat Apple at its on touchscreen game.
Overall, Android has an iPhone-like look and feel. The home screen has a program launcher that looks remarkably similar to Apple’s. But there are a few things that set it apart. First, the status bar that shows up at the top of every page is far more interactive. You can click and drag any item on the status bar from any program to pull down a menu that will show you missed calls, unread emails, or other information.