Hope you haven’t forgot about Samsung, they continue to release very good Android devices all around the world (we just hope some of them make their way here). Samsung has released the Galaxy A for South Korea. This device has similar specs to the original Galaxy but has a few new ones as well.
South Korea will have another Android 2.0 device soon. The Motorola Titanium, which looks similar to other Motorola devices like the Cliq and Cliq XT, is also known as the XT800. There will be two different versions of this handset available.
Reports are starting to surface from South Korean government officials that the Android Market may be banned. The games in the Android Market have not yet received approval from the nation's regulating body, the Games Ratings Board. This may cause the entire Market to be excluded from South Korean Android devices.
LG's first Android in South Korea will be called either Andro-1 or LG-KH5200. The company has yet to make it's way stateside but they have several Android phones in different markets around the world. It has a 3-inch touchscreen, slide out QWERTY keyboard, GPS, HSDPA, EDGE, GRPS, Social Networking, 2MP Camera, Radio Tuner and MicroSD input and Android 1.5.