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Speaking at the Mobile World Congress 2012, Google CEO Eric Schmidt did not hesitate to talk about the ambitions of the company as to the scope of its mobile system.
He said in 12 years there will be an Android in every pocket, ie, everyone will have a device using the OS. The idea of part of the Schmidt principle that smartphones in 2024 will be "universal" and that prices will fall forcefully.
According to the CEO, phones that today cost $ 400 will be coming out of the stores for a measly $ 20, which would make access to the devices much easier, even for people from countries that do not have good financial conditions.