Ever wondered why your Andriod smartphone isn't working as well as it should be? Well, Motorola's CEO, Dr. Sanjay Jha, thinks it's because of the open Android Market.
He says that because the Android Market is open, anyone can upload almost any type of applications. Users then download these applications that may have the potential of bringing down the performance or battery life of their devices. He also said that 70% of the phones that are returned are because of issues caused by applications.
Jha claims that the solution lies in MOTOBLUR, Motorola's proprietary software layer that runs on top of their Android phones. Motorola is using BLUR to collect data on the applications that people use on their phones and the way they affect the performance of their devices. Thanks to this information, they will soon be able to issue warnings if an applications, say, is going to have a dramatic effect on the phone's battery life.
Now all that is fine but we must say we aren't particularly big fans of MOTOBLUR. And for all we know BLUR itself could be one of the reason for many of the performance issues. Perhaps Motorola should fine tune their own application before passing the blame around.
This is stupid, MOTOBLUR is the problem. if you run any different UI such as adw.launcer, launcher pro etc. the motorola handsets are infinitely better... no lag, no battery problems.
The problems with motorola phones and all phones with android no is android or the apps y the OEMS because alway instal aplications that reduce the performance of the phones i have the Optimus one and the Galaxy S and works fine with the OEMS android...
Windows Phone 7 rocks