Last week caused enough controversy the fact that Cyanogen would finally take a step forward in its project of create a free Google Android, for that bet on Opera, Bing and Cortana. Leave Google after what should you? Do it to ally with Microsoft? In our question of the week we’d like to know what you all think of this:
You like the idea of an Android without Google? Why?
Week I launched a question referring to the specifications that you pediríais the hypothetical successor of Nexus 5 that LG might be working, and the huge amount of responses we got, which ordained as outstanding was norberto.ferro.98:
Snapdragon 810 + 3 GB of RAM, good screen 1080 p, content size (5 ‘ maximum) and decent camera (no need to reach the level of stop the range of other companies), minimum 32GB version (not gonna ask micro SD because they won’t), 3000 mAh battery and a price starting at 300 euros.
Come on, an update to the Nexus 5, and not the monster of Nexus 6.
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