Kogan is going to release it's first Android based handset, the Agora
. It's a candybar type phone, with a keyboard and also a 2.5" capacitive touch-screen.
There are going to be 2 versions: the standard version will cost AU$299 and a pro version
which will contain a 2MP Camera, Wi-fi and GPS.
The device will have 256MB rom and 128MB ram, a MicroSD slot (not sure about SDHC support though).
And a 624MHz CPU (make unknown).Highlights
2.5-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen.
Integrated QWERTY keyboard.
High-speed 3G network connection.
One-Touch Google Search ™.
Easy Web Browsing.
Easy-to-use email with attachment support for images, videos, music and documents.
Customisable Home Screen with instant Email, text message and IM notifications.
Instant access to mobile Internet services (Gmail ™, YouTube ™, Google Talk ™, Google Calendar ™, Google Maps ™).
Bluetooth® 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
microSD™ expansion slot for all your storage needs.Wi-Fi network access.
GPS navigation capability.
2.0 megapixel camera.In red are the pro only features
To be released: 29th January 2009