In an effort to step us competition with the revolutionary iPhone maker Apple, the internet search giant Google is reportedly pushing its popular Android operating system in Asian markets like China and India. The company is also looking at ways to earn more revenue from its applications.
According to some media reports, Google is also planning to expand the reach of its Android platform by putting it on low-priced handsets and make it more accessible. The company is expected to bring its platform on phones made by Huawei Technologies and LG in parts of Asia and Europe. This move could boost the adoption of Android especially in emerging markets and help the company to take on Nokia, which is currently the leader in these regions.
Through Android, Google's main strategy is to bring more of its software on mobile devices, creating new avenues to sell advertising which is the company's main source of revenue.