T-Mobile plans on launching more Android-based phones and netbooks

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T-Mobile plans on launching more Android-based phones and netbooks
The word is that T-Mobile won’t stop with the G2 and the G1 V2 this year. According to GigaOM, the carrier has plans to launch more Android-powered devices in the second half, coming from three different manufacturers. It looks like we can also expect the Android OS to finally make its way to the more affordable segment of the market, which is great news! It will be interesting to see which these three manufacturers are. Could they be HTC, Motorola, Samsung or maybe any other?

In his interview with GigaOM, Cole Brodman, T-Mobile USA Chief Technology Officer, also hints that the company is “pretty optimistic about Android OS running on netbooks”. Moreover, the official claimed to hav seen demo versions of Android-powered netbooks from major netbook manufacturers. All this sounds quite “optimistic” indeed and we really hope some more info from the carrier itself comes our way soon.

source: GigaOM


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