Google drops strong hint that it’s to release a Kindle Fire rival
Google, the tech giant is currently looking to introduce a new wave of budget tablets. Projecting the budget market to continue the current boom, Google is set to invest in low cost Android tablets in the near future.
The Google CEO, Larry Page revealed about the investment in his quarterly earnings call where he reported about the revenues for the search giant increased by 24% year by year, reaching out on £6.6 billion ($10.6 billion).
Page revealed that the company was very excited about the tablets and even suggested that Google had been looking at budget tablet and running a stripped down version of Android, to which Page considers to be quite successful in the near future.
Google will soon be introducing the Amazon Kindle Fire rival. The rumors about the Google Nexus tab are still in the news and now a new rumor about Google making a 7-inch tablet has hit. The CEO has been hinting at the plans to roll out the Google Android platform for the mass range of devices, maybe even Apple.
Page is wishing to learn from the pretty unified experience which are the people will go through, after a couple of years from now, and looking from a user’s viewpoint that experience will not have them to manage all the devices separately.
Google+, the Social Network from Google will soon be featuring this unified experience. While, for now Google+ has 170 million users on its books, twitter has done with around 500 million and talking about Facebook, it has over 800 million already. To see the figures on a rise, Google is planning on pushing mobile and tablet devices.