Rogers Wireless, the only Canadian carrier to offer Android smartphones at the moment (HTC’s Dream and Magic), plans to release an Android device from Motorola.
According to Financial Post, which quotes Rogers’ president Rob Bruce, the Android Moto phone will be available sometime in 2010. Details about the handset’s name and features were unfortunately not unveiled.
Rogers’ declaration comes ahead of Motorola’s Android event that will take place on September 10 (tomorrow) in San Francisco. It’s believed that the US phone maker will officially announce its first Android phones there – including the Motorola Morrison for T-Mobile, and the Motorola Sholes for Verizon and AT&T (pictured below).
Rogers could launch any of the two mentioned handsets, since it looks like they will both have GSM versions. But then again, by 2010 Motorola may unveil several other Android phones, so we’ll have to wait and see.
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