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Sony Ericsson and Panasonic with plans for Android phones

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Sony Ericsson and Panasonic with plans for Android phones
Sony Ericsson’s Asia-Pacific marketing vice president Peter Ang said that the company’s first Android phone would be running the Android 2.0 platform, informs ePrice. Although this sounds really cool, we honestly do not have the slightest clue as to when the second version of the OS will be launched. Actually, it hasn’t been announced yet, so we would not rush into speculations here.

It also seems that yet another manufacturer is considering jumping onto the Android powered smartphone bandwagon. This time, it is said that PanasonicMobile’s Keisuke Ishii, director of the mobile terminal business unit, has stated the company is looking on the Android as a possible platform for a future smartphone. Here is an excerpt, found on AndroidCommunity:

“We are seriously considering developing an Android-based handset and entering overseas mobile phone markets in fiscal 2010″.

source: ePrice (translated) and AndroidCommunity


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