The first real Android phone

Posted 8 years ago by Adam Gautsch

The first real Android phone is the Kogan Agora and it is about ready to launch in January. Instead of the G1 which locks you into T-Mobile the Agora is free to use on any carrier (with the proper set up of course.) I was hoping for more of this when Google announced that the Android OS was open source. I was very disappointed that the first major phone was locked down so tight. Let's hope this is just the first of many.

More info at Mashable

4 Comments

dave ~ 8 years ago

I guess this is how spoiled we've so quickly become with the iPhone, BB Storm and the other imitators, but that's a pretty small screen for touch.

Or maybe I'm just nuts.

dave ~ 8 years ago

Actually I think I am nuts. Why does the analog clock read 4:21 while the digital clock reads 2:12?

Adam Gautsch ~ 8 years ago

It might be a small touch screen but it's pretty slick looking product all the same. I'd love to give it a test drive.

Jonas Flint ~ 7 years ago

bahh. Just buck up. Be a man, and buy and iphone...

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