Google Android not good enough says Sprint CEO Hesse

Looks like the CEO of Sprint is trying to stir up a little battle of words with Google and their Android, as apparently Sprint’s CEO, Dan Hesse made a rather scathing comment to the National Press Club in Washington.

The word is Hesse casually spouted out that he doesn’t feel that Google Android is “good enough to put the Sprint brand on,” well at least in its present form anyway.

Sprint has been quite friendly with Google in the past, and Hesse has said Sprint will sell Android based handsets at sometime in the future, however Hesse has said that Sprint is in the position whereby they can shy away from Android if it so wished.

Source — androidauthority


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