The Android platform is designed to define specifications for universal mobile phones and to provide allied vendors with one application architecture that contains a whole set of software stacks. Supporting the Android platform, members of the Alliance promote an integrated mobile software stack that incorporates the operating system, middleware, user-friendly interfaces, and applications. Huawei has established strategic partnerships with most of the Alliance’s members, including China Mobile, Telefónica, and T-Mobile.
Mr. Li Jilin, Huawei Communication’
From 2007 to 2011, smart phone shipments worldwide are expected to increase at an average annual growth rate of 37.7%. By 2011, shipments are expected to climb to over 400 million units from just 110 million in 2007. Smart phones are expected to account for 24.2% of the global mobile phone market by 2011, and this figure is set to exceed 30% by 2012. According to industry analysts, mobile devices are becoming increasingly crucial for people’s daily communication needs, and mobile phones will continue to incorporate a variety of features with more compelling services. Android’s commercial use will reshape the mobile operating system market and Huawei’s rapid response to this trend positions it well for the future market.
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