The Android-powered smartphone market is set to get much more crowded over the coming months. Google expects at least 18 new Android handsets to hit the market this year along and the number could go as high as 20 new handsets.
Computex is in full swing this week in Taipei, Taiwan and RMI Corporation has unveiled a new Android reference design at the show. The reference design is a complete Android cupcake version 1.5 design for mobile connected
It’s not all announcements regarding long-off devices at Computex 2009: General Mobile have brought along a working prototype of their DSTL1 Android smartphone. Snapped by Zol.com.cn, the DSTL1 has a 5-megapixel camera,
Garmin-ASUS have announced that they will be releasing an Android-based smartphone “no later than” Q1 2010. Executives declined to comment on possible pricing for the handset, but suggested that it would include GPS
Acer’s netbook announcement earlier is all of a sudden terribly less important to us, having seen ECS’ Android netbook offering. The T800 is another new Computex 2009 showing, boasting a Sony VAIO P-style
Acer has confirmed that it will be the first company to ship Android-based netbooks, with the budget ultraportables expected to hit the market in Q3 2009. The Android netbooks will go on sale alongside Acer’s
Master ROM-fondler Haykuro has done it again, and delivered a video of the HTC Hero Android build running on a G1. Over six minutes long, the video shows more of the new homescreen, together with a changed QWERTY on-screen
Computex 2009 is taking place this week, and Qualcomm have kicked things off with a netbook running Android. Actually, this is a Smartbook, not a netbook, and rather than using the typical Atom processor it’s based on