Android is an operating system and not a phone. Just as iOS powers the iPhone, Android runs Google's Nexus, but because its source code is completely open, it's also found on Samsung's Galaxy, Motorola's Moto, HTC's One, LG's G Series, and just about any other smartphone that is not an iPhone. In 2014 alone, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, and LG released a combined 135 new phones that, individually, do not sell exceptionally well compared to the iPhone.
Though our development cycle is expeditious, the amount of work that goes into each of our products is considerable. With new iPhones coming along roughly every two years, we’re able to focus our energy on a single device that will be on the shelf for a substantial period of time.
Even if everything regarding Android and its many iterations were to change, it’s still unlikely that we would tackle cases for anything other than iPhone. The past year has seen us design and introduce products that don’t rely on Apple or any other company but our own, and we’re dedicated to exploring what lies beyond the phone case.