Pichai didn't call Android frail; did say Nexus 6 not due until fall

Pichai didn’t call Android frail

Pichai didn't call Android frail

New York, March 1, Sandipan Sharma: Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President at Google accountable for Android, Chrome and Google Apps, had some noticeably intriguing quotes for news people going to the Mobile World Congress 2014 occasion in Barcelona. Some were dubious enough, for Google to give a transcript of his meeting, illuminating what Pichai had really said.

“Sorry, the reason of the inquiry is since Android is open, it has more security issues? Deferentially, I’m not certain that is a right start of the inquiry. Open stages generally experience a considerable measure of investigation, yet there are a ton of preferences to having an open source stage from a security angle. I might contend that its the most ideal path for a stage to be secure, since each scientist on the planet can assess it, each designer on the planet can investigate it, and I imagine that helps a considerable measure to Android security. Android was manufactured to be quite, extremely secure… As long as you’re on a telephone and fit to upgrade, Android is quite, extremely secure. It’s intended to be quite, exceptionally secure. I might head off as far to say – open frameworks are much more secure…”

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