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Is this Android's new logo?

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Android's current wordmark, set in a futuristic typeface, has remained basically unchanged for as long as the platform has existed — but now, some 5 1/2 years after the T-Mobile G1's commercial release, it might be time for an update. Posted earlier this week by Twitter account @upleaks, the alleged 17-second boot animation for LG's upcoming G Watch features the usual stylings of a Google-influenced Android device — but the interesting part comes at the end, when an all-new Android word mark appears. It's entirely in lowercase and has a softer, friendlier feel than the robotic futurism of the current logo — the only questions are whether it's real, and if so, whether it'll be canon for all Android branding going forward.
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    09-08-2014 01:31 PM Abed :
    Dayum, sun! I’m stuck with two cheapo 4.2.2 devices, so there’s no update for me, so how would I know it is out already? I thought all those articles about the "myriad of changes" were just announcements, meaning it will release in a few days :P
  • #2
    09-08-2014 02:09 PM Matt :
    The South Korean company said Samsung devices “demonstrated compliance with over one hundred unique requirements, ranging from encryption to intrusion detection to key exchange to support for secure networking standards.”

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