It's split between three big players this year: Samsung, LG and Sony.
Pictures explain better than words. See what HZO does to a bare Raspberry Pi.
HTC didn't bring anything significantly new on the table at the year's Mobile World Congress. If you ignore the fact that one of its phones can actually drive a huge screen in real time, as seen below.
"Bare" Android is no longer trendy. We have choices now: Tizen (from the Linux Foundation,) Firefox OS (I guess you know where it is coming from) and Ubuntu OS. Below you can see videos of Firefox OS and Tizen. After playing with more than 20 different devices, I wasn't able to unlock the Ubuntu OS device. There goes great usability.
February 26, 2014
Nokia astonished the mobile world (well, more or less since news of this had already been leaked) with its Nokia X1, an Android phone that makes Nokia probably the first mobile manufacturer to have 3 operating systems under control. X1 is a relatively heavy UI change on Android, but as a phone it felt relatively vulgar, indistinguishable from any other Android phone. Below you'll see a few pictures.
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