Nokia is one of the few companies that still have the Android One version on their devices. However, new rumors suggest that this may be about to change soon.
According to the XDA-Developers portal, the company is hiring a new “User Experience Designer”, that is, a person responsible for developing the interface of the operating system and designing its design. Although there is still no official confirmation from the company, this suggests that Nokia may be preparing to develop its own interface for Android – something similar to what happens with OneUI, MIUI, EMUI, among others.
The job search does not directly mention the development of a dedicated interface for the system, and there is still the possibility that it is only to develop the interface of Nokia’s main apps. However, it would not be surprising to see the company developing a dedicated interface for its devices – something that virtually all smartphone manufacturers currently apply in some way.
Even if HMD Global decides to launch a dedicated interface for its equipment, this does not mean that the company will completely abandon Android One. Devices with this system should still be launched, especially in some specific markets.
But it will be interesting to analyze what are the company’s plans for the future and which are the plans for developing the interface in general.
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