A host of other rumored devices that may become realities soon. They include an as-of-yet unnamed Dell Android phone for AT&T, a slew of Android-based smartphones by Sony Ericsson, and one or more new Android-driven devices by LG. Verizon is also expected to release more Android options as part of its phone development pact with Google.
- Ericsson labs tweeted that we can expect an official announcement Android-powered Sonny Ericsson Experia X3 in November. We don’t know much about the device for now except that it will offer a Snapdragon QSD8250 chipset, a 1GHz CPU and the new Sony Ericsson Rachel user interface.
- As for new Android players, Engadget and DigiTimes reported that Asus will have an Android handset this year. Asus Chairman Jonney Shih dropped the news at a Taiwan press conference, but didn’t offer any details.