by Darcy LaCouvee, 4 years ago
According to an article posted in the Taipei Times, Ryuji Yamada, president of Japan’s NTT DoCoMo, said that his company plans to offer a Google Android based smartphone in the first half of 2009. As…
TechRadar is reporting that Johnny Shih, the CEO of Asus, has mentioned that an EEE-series phone running Android has been something that the company has been looking into. He described a device that could “[be] put in the pocket, play MP3s, offer GPS services, works like a PDA and offers Mobile TV altogether”.
Within the past few days or so, we’ve seenAndroid running on the EEE 1000, Hp Mini-Note, and Redfly. And now an EEE-Phone? The recent explosion of hardware candidates are a testament to Android’s adaptability to many platforms. We can hardly wait to see what will be next.