Google is in a bit of a holding pattern right now, and it looks like the company is still looking for ways to bring its products to consumers.
But according to a report from Digiday, Google has been talking to a number of companies to bring some of its core services to Android.
According to Digiday’s sources, Google is looking to partner with a few major OEMs like LG, HTC, and Huawei.
The sources also mention that Google is interested in partnering with other partners to bring services like Google Drive and Google Calendar to Android, though it’s unclear whether Google would be able to leverage those partnerships for its own services.
Google isn’t the only company looking to bring Android-powered services to market, but it’s an interesting possibility for a company that’s not actively working on any major features for its operating system.
Google is also rumored to be working on an operating system for its Android phones, although this isn’t confirmed by Digiday.