As we all know how powerful the Google Nexus device can be, its capacities makes it extremely great enough for anyone looking to buy a real phone and use. As the case might be, everyone still finds the Google Nexus amazing. Its no news that the Google Nexus are made by third party device manufacturers and the tech firm CEO Pichai Sundar said during a Code Conference that there will be newer features though to be added to the Nexus device and therefore all concerning the hardware design and the software are still going to always get better upgrades all according to the company boss. He also made it known that Google Inc still won’t be manufacturing the hardware as the case might be but from third party companies. This is an attempt to shut the rumour about if Google will start manufacturing its well profounded device all by itself.
There were other things the CEO talked about concerning the issue of privacy. He said that the need for Google knowing histories of your Voice command history will be strictly witheld as he claims there will be an off the record mode that will never send any of those data to Google. He also narated the plans of the company to combat the issue of privacy more strictly while he said he could imagine telling Google to forget at least the last search activities he had made in the last 4 hours – which is an example of how serious the company is trying to take the issue off privacy.
He also claims that Google is trying it’s very possible best to penetrating into the Chinese market more than before. He said that the company is taking a beautiful approach into realising this ambition although at what time isn’t yet known. There were rumours about Google Play and some other Android services making their ways to China as soon. Google as the case may be isn’t happy with the issue of their services not being available on their Android operating in China so this is a serious turn off for the company and the boyant and aggressive statement in trying to penetrate at all cost might be a good thing but with its own deficiencies and so Google will have to learn how to make things work out based on the words from Sundar Pichai.