Taiwan Mobile Operator puts squarely in the business Android

5:42 AM Edited by Blony

A small Taiwanese mobile operator, Far Easton, goes deep into the selection of terminals that can embed its own software package based on the Android operating system and promised that by year's end will have two models for sale.

Far Easton is the belief that 2009 will be a great year with Android for smartphones and so devoted much of their software investments in this system.

As is known, has been working on the project for several months, including development of custom software and new mobile services that work with Android and delegate to any other hardware manufacturer in Taiwan, such as HTC, Acer, Asustek Computer, Quanta Computer, Compal Communications, Inventec Appliances, Wistron and BenQ NeWeb not yet know what will.

That HTC, the manufacturer of the HTC and the HTC Dream Magic, is in the list suggests that this initiative may have good future, not the failure of the first Android Australian history, the Agora Kogan.

Vía JustAMP