Google Delays Android Launches in China
Jan 19, 2010, 9:15 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Google said that it has postponed the planned Wednesday launch of two Android phones in the Chinese market. The two phones were to be offered by China Unicom, and were manufactured by S. Korea-based Samsung and U.S.-based Motorola. Google believes that the timing is not suitable for a successful launch of these devices, given the recent tensions between Google and the Chinese government over censorship and hacked Gmail issues. There are already two Android phones available in China, the OPhone and Dell Mini 3. Motorola has not commented on the delay of its device.
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Google and other US-based companies should NOT introduce any new products or services in China until Chinese government stops censorship, violation of human rights, hacking (may or may not be done by government-hired