Motorola has launched Milestone XT800, India’s first Android-powered CDMA+GSM dual standby/dual SIM touchscreen smartphone at a price of Rs. 31,999.
AOC has launched an ultraportable tablet called AOC Breeze ahead of the CES 2011. The tablet runs on the Google Android 2.1 operating system and is powered by a Rockchip processor.
Pantech’s new portable media player, dubbed Sky The Player, has come out with Google Android 2.1 OS in South Korea.
Nikon has launched a digital photo frame known as the NF-300i in Japan. Big deal, you’d say. But what about a digital photo frame running the Android 2.1 OS? That’s convergence for you.
3G, 7 inch touch screen and Android 2.1 in Olive Telecom's OlivePad, available in August
Dell’s new Android phones Thunder, Flash and Smoke set for debut