It’s been a while since we last heard about Asus’ Android plans, and if you were worried that the Taiwan-based company has forgot about Google’s mobile OS, well, it didn’t.
While its Taiwanese neighbor Acer has already announced its first Android phone (the Liquid A1), Asus hasn’t provided too many details about its own Android handset. However, Asus’ chairman Johnny Shih has recently reconfirmed that the company will introduce an Android phone this year.
It’s not clear yet if the Android phone Johnny Shih talks about will be launched under the Garmin-Asus brand, or if it’s an Asus-only product.
(this is the Asus P320)
Either way, Asus will probably come with an interesting phone that should help Google and Android conquer the mobile world.
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