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Android and chill: Google hardware could be about taking control

Google getting serious about selling phones could be a way to show how good Android can really be. On October 4 we all get to see Google's plans for the next year when it comes to Android and the phones (and other stuff) that use it. That's only a few days away. We'll see flat screens and phone-shaped slabs of metal and glass that some will love and some will hate. Basically, the same thing we see every year.
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