The trouble with Androids

Nov 21, 2020, 05:00 AM

Discussing Android’s fragmentation problem and talking to OnePlus’s Sam Twist about OxygenOS.

Over the past few years, Android has been a hugely fragmented operating system. But then at some point, many in the industry decided that it was time to go back to a pure Android, which a lot of users seem to prefer. In this episode, Nandagopal Rajan and Nimish Dubey talk about Android’s fragmentation problem, and what does and doesn't work in a pure Android phone.

Later, Nandagopal also talks to Sam Twist, the senior product manager at OnePlus, about OnePlus’s OxygenOS and whether an operating system of a phone can be its main selling point.