We have already spoken for some purposes of Google with Android 3.0, the most important thing is to get a superior user interface, so that manufacturers are so complicated to place your customizations.
The best known of all is no doubt HTC Sense, that he has accompanied Android since nearly its beginning and that has brought joy to some and update problems to others. Let us remember that initial and at the same time we found it on Windows Mobile with excellent results.
Taking into account the desire of Google, and that Windows Phone 7 will have few possibilities of personalization, It seems that Sense has a complicated future, but in an interview with Forbes, Drew Bamford, head of design at HTC, has made it clear that they will continue to work on it.
HTC does not expect that Google put impediments to customizations, aware of that love manufacturers to give flavor to the products. The search engine company will work on a better user interface, but according to the statements of HTC we don’t have to have any doubt in that Sense continue much battle, emphasizing new widgets, social networks and content in the cloud.
Known the intentions of HTC, we hope that third will also betting on customizations, see see If Google put the bar so high as to make this competition internal to the final impact on the good of the user.
In the case of Windows Phone 7, possibilities will be much smaller, according to HTC, it is not possible to change the focus, but they are going to bet on increasing applications and functionalities. I take this opportunity to share with you a video that reviews Windows Phone from the guys at ZDNet:
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