Online Info published today It is an interesting piece of information that reveals the possibility of the Android operating system reaching Brazil in the beginning of 2009.
ISolve, a company that has been in the market for five years, recently closed an agreement with Koolu to launch the FreeRunner open architecture phone in Brazil, which should run Google's Android operating system.
According to Jon Maddog Hall, free software evangelist at Koolu, Android is already adapted to the device. However, Denis Galvo, Technical Director at iSolve, said he is currently working with integrators to tropicalize applications created for Android.
The FreeRunner model will be compatible with any operator's GSM network, with a multitouch interface, integrated GPS, Wi-Fi support and USB interface. Its official price is expected to debut at around $ 400.
Thanks to Digenes Kelsen for sharing this information via Google Reader!