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Sony is building a new custom UI that more closely resembles ‘vanilla’ Android

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Sony is building a new custom UI that more closely resembles ‘vanilla’ Android


Sony’s model of Android used to be by no means very “heavy” on consumer interface customizations. Even nonetheless it sounds as if they’re now taking a web page out of Motorola’s manual with plans to dial issues again even additional. In what the producer is calling their “Concept for Android,” Sony is building a new model of Android from the bottom up that more closely resembles that of the inventory Android interface, best with a few key Sony apps and products and services bundled inside of.

Sony Concept for Android screen shots

Based on Android 5.1, Sony is permitting a handful of Sony Xperia Z3 house owners in Sweden to test out early versions of this new software. Keep in thoughts balance might be up within the air throughout this checking out segment, so it’s most likely higher fitted to the ones that have a spare tool laying round. New builds shall be driven out each and every week among July twenty seventh thru September thirteenth and can depend closely on consumer comments with Sony telling The Verge, “The concept is that we review and iteratively adapt the revel in in response to consumer enter.” The finish purpose is to ultimately convey the recent Android variations to customers faster than ever prior to, with “shorter unencumber cycles.” Sounds like a win for everybody concerned.

It’s now not the most well liked opinion, particularly now not in Android circles, however we nonetheless can’t lend a hand however wonder whether this is the best way to pass. As we discussed prior to, Sony’s UI used to be by no means very heavy within the first position and gong this course — at the same time as it does be offering a few transparent advantages — makes us wonder whether Sony wont be dropping their id within the procedure. That being stated, we adore Sony’s units and wish for large issues from them at some point.

[Sony Mobile]


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