China is one of the leading markets in the world for its remunerable devices in the world. It has challenged today’s smart phones with a strong versatile nature of its devices.
According to the recent news in the Wall Street Journal, Chinese company Alibaba wants to take on android but the question arises that will Google be worried about this situation?
The answer lies in the fact that the recent interview of Alibaba’s CEO Zeng Ming signified that the company is ready to launch its Linux-Based Operating System named Aliyun to spread the company’s name all over the country.
The company claims that Alibaba will be as strong as Android by the end of 2012. Three other Chinese companies are yet to follow this strategy.
The recent win of Apple against Samsung in Apple vs. Samsung verdict precisely explained the misuse of patent technology that has warned the Chinese markets also.
The main challenge to Chinese Android devices is lack of Google contents that include Google Maps, Google applications that add a feather to the cap of any Android device.
Alibaba’s Aliyun OS has its own user interface and its own web services as well as mapping services. This Aliyun is very different from iOS and Android UI. Xiaomi, a Chinese company has flourished its sales recently but the fact is that its Android devices lack Google Services.
So it’s a tough challenge to Google by the Chinese companies and a Question still remains unanswered that will Google need to worry about this Fact?
Well wait for more details to come as it might be known that Google may provide its services in the Android and other devices of the Chinese Markets.