Google blocked Acer smartphone on Android incompatibility concerns
September 16, 2012 Editor 0
Google responded to allegations it stopped the launch of a new Acer smartphone in China, by stating that the handset’s Chinese-developed mobile OS was “apparently derived” from Android, but still not fully compatible with the Android ecosystem and its apps.
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