Android Open Source Project targets Sony Xperia S, wants to get experimental

Android Open Source Project targets Sony Xperia S, wants to get experimental

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New The Android Open Source Project has typically (and understandably) been a very Nexus-focused affair -- until now that is. Technical Lead for the AOSP, Jean-Baptiste Queru, announced this week that for a "new challenge" he'd like to target new hardware -- and Sony's Xperia S is the lucky benefactor....
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