Internet giant, Google Inc., confirmed yesterday that mobile devices based on its much-anticipated Android operating system will be commercially available in the fourth quarter of this year.
Google, which has been working with its partners in the Open Handset Alliance to develop the first wave of Android-enabled phones, is now almost finished developing v1.0 of the open source mobile operating system, according to Android Developer Advocate, Dan Morill.
“We’ve been working with our Open Handset Alliance partners to incorporate … feedback, and finish the first devices. Since those devices are shipping in the fourth quarter, the platform is now converging on a final ‘Android 1.0′ version,” Morill wrote on the Android Developers Blog.
This announcement comes just days after Taiwanese mobile device maker, HTC, revealed that it would be the first company to release an Android-based smartphone. HTC’s device – named the ‘Dream’ – was approved by the FCC yesterday for sale in the U.S.
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