Olive has sent out an invite to the media to attend the event. Olive Telecoms CEO Arun Khanna said the company plans to introduce Android 2.2 Froyo based smartphones in the market by March 2011. The media invite which shows Aircel and Qualcomm as participants is an indication of Aircel will be partnering with Olive and will be run on its network while the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm processor.
The native x86 Android will be based on the Froyo release and will soon be available to developers. With this, Atom-based netbooks and tablets can soon run Google’s Linux-based OS. With an x86 Froyo, Android is expected to get established in the netbook market and the nascent tablet market. The opensource mobile OS Android is now catching up on areas such as Netbooks, tablet and smartphones. […]
As per the data comes from the latest survey from ChangeWave Research, among consumers who plan to buy a smartphone in the next three months, 46% goes for Apple’s iPhone only 32% goes for Android. The survey focused primarily on the smartphone market in North America. […]
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