X, X+, XL....XXL(?)
We have indeed been able to follow very interesting product launches in the MWC 2014. Samsung has inroduced much waited Tizen products to the public, whereas Nokia is approaching Google by introducing a totally new device family with Android OS.
Many of us might have lost confident on Tizen since it has taken a loooong time for a giant like Samsung to get the first device out. Has it taken too long, I don't think it has. Yet Samsung needs to come up with many more devices and this time the waiting period should be much shorter than 24 months.
Things like Nokia never using Android it its' devices used be taken for granted, and now that has been questioned big time. One can claim that what options did Nokia have? Big corporate like Nokia has always options. I kind of take this as a signal of giving in. Or is it actually the ultimate clever move? Android brings along hundrads of thousands of applications and let's keep in mind that we are talking about forked Android. How compatible it is with the Android baseline is yet to be seen.