We’re going to be hosting a roundtable discussion about Android’s Bright Future at the Canadian Wireless Trade Show on Sept 12th at 2:15PM at the Direct Energy Center in Toronto. Our roundtable participants will include:
Director of Marketing, Mobile Communications Division, Samsung Electronics Canada
Director of Handset Procurement and Logistics, Mobilicity
We’ll also be exhibiting at the show Sept 12 and 13th at booth 404. Admission to the discussion and show are free! Just register at www.CanadianWirelessTradeShow.com.
Things are looking great for Android! Android’s market share dominates the Smartphone market. In the process Android has caused Blackberry, Windows Phone and Symbian to plummet.
But what does the future hold for Android?
2 years ago the Android operating system was pretty basic. Adding a UI on Touchwiz made a lot of Sense. Since then, it has added a lot features and more importantly it’s design is much more elegant. Will third-party UI’s become redundant in the future?
Android's release schedules seem to be getting more and more compressed. Will this results in more or less new Android phones?
Right now Android is mainly found on phones and tablets. Will it spread beyond these two markets?
Android and Windows are beginning to align. Is there room for both players?
Do you see bundling 3rd party software becoming part of the business model for Android phones sort of like it is with PC’s?
It seems like the market is at a point when there’s going to be a lot M&A among various Android OEM’s.
How will the ongoing legal disputes between Apple and various players in the Android ecosystem shape Android’s future?
What do carriers think of Android?
Come join the conversation at 2:15 on Sept 12th!
I’m also looking for volunteers to help me man the booth. Please send me a PM if you’re able to volunteer either of both days.
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