HTC Dream was the first ever Android device. In October, 2008, the first Android device became commercially available. From that day onwards, we have seen constant improvement and development in Android. Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony etc. all have played their parts in showing the best of Android. But yes, Google has been perfect with its Nexus line ups. They have shown complete vanilla Android with maximum hardware and minimal price.
But what is this we see now? Is Google prepared to take this massive step ahead? Is Google now going to introduce the new logo of Android?
We have seen the current logo since the time the platform has existed. If calculated, it has become somewhat 5 ½ years now. The logo of Android feels much robotic and futuristic. Which was the absolute demand of that time. This had received great interest of people, as it depicted the nature of the Linux-based Android itself.
Posted earlier this week by upleaks on Twitter, the alleged 17-second boot animation of LG’s upcoming G watch. The G watch itself features nexus-like UI. But this is not the interesting part. The interesting part is when at the end, the all new logo of Android show cases. It is in complete lowercase and has a much softer and friendlier feel.
The question is, is Google going to formally change the Android logo with new logo of Android?
If this really is the new logo of Android, then it bears little resemblance to Bloomingdale department store chain. But that would be highly coincidental and certainly unintentional. But associating the Android community with a high retailer such as Bloomingdale would not be a bad idea. Google is only waiting for the opportunity to launch the Android Wear, or certainly creating one. This platform can certainly release a wave of new high-end smartwatches.
This is the logo of Bloomingdale