no one else finds it creepy or suspicious that Google, the creator of Android, and the purchaser of Deepmind (artificial intelligence startup), and at least 8 robotics companies, and now they want to give their tracking/surveillance systems... I mean phones to ... well... everyone?
Do we think that the sub $100 cost is with or without contract? Either way it's good to see that these are going to be available in emerging markets. Another point for Google!
Now they just have to get cell carriers to build towers to provide enough service there for all those newly equipped users.
Yeah idk i just dont trust google as much these days. They already know far too much of what everyone does.
Also android doesnt run well on low powered phones.
as long as they dont make them with total crap specs, otherwise they will be useless phones like my old "low end model" Android phone i had when i was on sprint, that thing was the most useless and unreliable phone i ever had. a low cost phone has to be decent otherwise people wont buy higher end ones.
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