Google, Verizon and Motorola have gone up to the stage on the 23rd of June for announcing next generation of the Droid Smartphone which would be having the hanger on Adobe in tow. The Droid X is also expected to be seen really soon. It has a touch screen which is like the 4G and has a display of 4.3 inches. The camcorder of this is also very powerful and has high definition. The Droid 2 is also expected which is a sequel to the greatly popular original featuring the QWERTY keyboard which slides out. On Thursday it was the turn of Apple when the iPhone 4 hit the stores and the mailboxes throughout the U.S. and four of the other countries.
Not like the Copa Mundial, this cup would not be decided by the mid of July instead the war of the Smartphone have continued for another one or two years, by the time when the conception of the iPhone would have gone completely out of the window. Still, the decision of Google, Verizon and Moto for launching the next Droid on the day which was just before iPhone 4 came to the streets for talking to the stakes in the play for everyone at the table.
Adobe – leading the market
The player in the market is considered to be Adobe. Neither Apple, Google, AT&T nor Verizon is at any place in the market. The mobility division of Motorola was actually given a second chance by the rise of the Android mobile operating system of Google. In spite of failing to turn the triumph of the iconic RAZR into any sustainable strategy which could stay for the long term basis, is now back into the business behind the stable of the Droid. Actually, the plans have been announced recently by Motorola for spinning the handset division off in the cash infused, debt free, stand alone company which is called the Motorola Mobility by the start of the coming year.
Talking about Adobe – Shantanu Narayen, who is the CEO, would be joining the execs from Motorola, Google, and Verizon at the launch of the Droid on the 23rd of June. But usually one would think that Adobe is a software company and what it has to do with the game of the Smartphone. The answer to this question is quite simple and it would move down to the war of Flash and Apple-Google. The difficult answer hinges on the factors as wide ranging as the developer agreements, emerging standards of the web, Google TV and also the war of the Apple and Google.
Apple VS Google
Apple and Google both are moving over the mobile phones as well as the mobile advertising markets and the battle is probably going to extend soon to the sales of the online music and the web enhanced TV also. It is being thought that Adobe is the player or the pawn? Over the previous few months Apple has proclaimed that Flash is a dead technology which has already been replaced by the emerging standards of HTML 5.