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How Google Is Finally Fixing Android's Deepest Flaw

Gizmodo: You might not have noticed, but in the last two weeks Google has fixed the thing you hate most about Android.

The biggest news out of this year's I/O Googlepalooza didn't have anything to do with Jelly Bean or Google Glass. It wasn't a killer app or a self-driving car. It was, in fact, the Galaxy S4, a two-month old phone with one minor modification: You could buy it with a pure, clean Android install.

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In2iti0n2019d ago

The thing I don't like about this issue is the extra cost for something that should be a free option for every android phone there is. That is the correct way to finish with the OS fragmentation problem and google should enforce it by contract with licensees.

duplissi2018d ago (Edited 2018d ago )

its not an "extra cost" that is what those phones cost unlocked...

In fact they are actually a little cheaper.

these phones dont have a subsidy, so you arent paying for them over the course of your contract, but in fact up front.