Series 3 of Android collectables expected late next month

Series 3 of Android collectables expected late next month
Back in February, Series 3 of the Android collectable figures had leaked which seemingly indicated that a launch was soon. Well, it turns out that a second quarter launch for the figures was in the works, but a redesign has pushed that back until late next month. The company that makes the series, Dyzplastic, says the third series is better than ever, but the improvements made have led to a longer prototype manufacturing time. 

Also coming out in July is Android mini collectables Summer Edition: Comic-Con Variant will be available next month at the show in San Diego. The figures will be available with a lanyard, badge and griller with spatula and grill accessory packaged in a dual-window box for $25 (which includes California sales tax). The International Comic-Con will be held July 11-15th and the mini Android collectables will be available at the DKE booth, #4728. Only 1,000 sets will be available.

This would make a great gift for that Android fan in your life, or even to take the mickey out of an iOS or Windows Phone user. Heck, even BlackBerry owners might appreciate this as a gift considering that they might not have had much to smile about lately.

source: Dyzplastic (1), (2) via DroidLife



3. mercorp

Posts: 1045; Member since: Jan 28, 2012

blackberry users have not much to smile?

2. mas11

Posts: 1034; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

They should mass produce them, it would be a great marketing idea. Kinda like how they have Angry Birds toys.

4. XiphiasGladius

Posts: 813; Member since: Aug 21, 2011

I thinks so to, by that way it would be know to many consumers just to what this collectible Toys/LOGO stands for. As for myself I so want one of those, I so want to give one of those to someone. . .

1. zhypher_23

Posts: 195; Member since: Jun 04, 2012

What can these collectibles do? Can they light up or are they just like mini stand figures for decoration?

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