AT&T Finally Boards Android Bandwagon
Jan 6, 2010, 1:20 PM by Eric M. Zeman
This morning in Las Vegas, AT&T announced that it plans to bring five handsets to market in the first half of 2010 that will run Google's Android platform. The devices will come from Dell, HTC and Motorola. According to AT&T, the Motorola device will have a "unique" form factor and will run Motorola's MOTOBLUR social networking software. The Dell and HTC devices will be exclusive to AT&T, though AT&T didn't share any specific details about these devices.
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In any case this is both good for Android and WebOS, more players the more the developers develop. I just hope they don't screw the pooch with the ph...
dell Android is going to rock.... THAT is going to be a HEADLINE phone this year
Whats going to be funny is watching the Dell Phone sold Side by Side with the Apple and watching anyone other then an "apple head" try and understand why so many people use to buy the Iphone.
Personally I would really like to see Mobile DTV...
It's About Time!