While HTC is getting ready to launch Japan’s first Android phone (the HT-03A for NTT DoCoMo), Motorola will be the first to release an Android handset in South Korea.
Unfortunately, details about the specs and form factor of Motorola’s Korea-bound Android handset are not known for the moment.
Talking to Telecoms Korea about why the Android phone will not be released this year, S.Y. Lim, spokesperson for Motorola Korea, said:
“It will be somewhat difficult, and more important than timing is how competitive the product it will be.”
Well, South Korean customers should hope that the wait until next year will be worth it.
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