Jimmy McGee · Aug 28, 2012 at 11:00 am

Sony Xperia S Added to AOSP, Good News or Bad News? – XDA Developer TV

Recently, XDA News Writer Ian Stacy reported that Technical Lead of the Android Open Source Project at Google, Jean-Baptiste Queru announced that the first experimental device was added to the Android Open Source Project tree. This phone was the Sony Xperia S.  While this is good news for Sony and Android in general, what does this really mean?

XDA Developer TV Producer azrienoch returns to give his opinion on this announcement. Is it good for developers? Is it good for Android? Who does this development in the Android Open Source Project really benefit? To find out azrienoch’s answers to these questions, check out this video.

 

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