Rumors that Google is working on an operating system for push-button phones have been around for a long time. In March of this
As proof - a screenshot of the mainChrome browser pages, adapted to the features of push-button phones, that is, without touch navigation. The functions remained the same, but the interface and the layout of the icons had to be changed. As a result, more like Android Oreo.
It looks like Google decided to release a competitor KaiOS- operating system, which is just used on button devices. And do not rush to shout that this is the last century: according to the latest data, KaiOS is used on more than 40 million devices. Quite good results were achieved in India, where the platform bypassed iOS popularity and ranks second after Android.