The Android vision took its next step to success with Asus announcing their intentions of releasing an Android based handset in the first half of twenty-oh-nine. Given the success of the Eee PC, ASUS has a chance to attain a strong grip hold on the mobile and ultraportable markets, and if they play the Android card right, could somehow integrate the Eee PC with it’s forthcoming Android handset to make a beefed-up ultraportable experience.
This is yet another announcement that has shown the potential of the Android platform. While T-Mobile did beat everyone else to the punch on the first handset to use Android, the first half of 2009 is going to determine just how plausible Android really is. Things like a virtual keypad, a Motorola launch, and other announcements have people buzzing over all of the enormous possibilities and scalability of the platform.
- USCC gets LG G3 in October
- Android Deals: September 30th
- Moto 360 back in stock from Motorola
- Pebble gets $50 price cut