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Micromax Andro 60 will be Cheapest Android Phone in India Soon, Runs 2.1

When it comes to cheap Android-based devices, there's a few to choose from. But, when you start looking at the mid-$100 price range, you have to start wondering if the money is really worth spending, even if it isn't a lot. When it comes to the Micromax Andro 60, which will be the cheapest Android-based handset to launch in India when it does in the near future, potential owners will have to wonder if having a resistive touchscreen is worth the low cost.

Acer Android beTouch E120 – Video

Don’t be alarmed, the title is similar to the last but it isn’t the same story (not exactly). This is another Android 1.6 device by Acer that has been recently announced at this year’s Computex. This version shares a few things in common with the E130 as you will see later.

Movistar unveils the Ivy, a low-cost Android 2.1 phone with Huawei

While most of us wait in anticipation for the 2.1 OTA, a low-end device emerges with it preinstalled. Movistar, in partnership with Huawei, has launched a low-cost Android-powered handset called the Ivy. The Movistar IVY comes with the usual Google apps and is expected to launch shortly in Europe. .

VIA’s WonderMedia Android 1.6 tablet

When we first heard about VIA Wonder Media’s entrance into to the Android tablet market, at the time there were no pictures or specs of any of the devices. Now we at least know what they will look like thanks to our friends over at Engadget. They caught on video a few of them hanging out at VIA’s booth at this year’s Computex expo.

VIA-powered $100-$150 Android tablets due 2H 2010

VIA is taking aim on the tablet market with 5 Android tablets in the works. These tablets will range from $100-$150 and is expected to launch by the end of the year. Richard Brown, VP of Marketing said Apple has legitimized the tablet market an Android offers more versatility in the tablet market and opens up the possibility for different sizes and shaped tablets.

Android DAB Radio?

The versatility of the Android OS has it capabilities once again. Android has been seen on kitchen appliances and many other things. It’s only fitting that a radio is in the works.

HP Compaq AirLife 100 specs revealed

This isn’t the first time that we have heard news about HP’s Compaq AirLife 100. This is an Android powered netbook that we have known about since MWC. It has finally passed through the FCC and now the full specs are now available.

Hivision SpeedPad Android tablet at CeBIT 2010

Another day, another tablet. These things are coming out of the woodwork, it seems there are a few new ones being introduced every other week. Tablets are making a comeback in the mobile world but for how long? Hivision hopes to make a huge splash in the tablet market with their new Android SpeedPad.