This is quite an interesting news indeed. It looks like the second android phone will not be coming from China but in the land down under instead. That’s right folks, straight from Australia we have the second Android-powered phone dubbed the Kogan Agora Pro. Although, we might think that Australia is a most unlikely place for a highly-regarded mobile phone series to come from, fortunately, the Kogan Agora Android phone would not be failing those who are anticipating the next Android phone to be available in the market.
The Agora Android phone is by all means a feature-rich and power-packed mobile device boasting of a full QWERTY keyboard, central navigation key, a 2.5-inch touchscreen, microSD slot and 3G connectivity.
Since it will be powered by Google’s Android mobile OS, the Agora phone will have some nifty preloaded Google applications including, Search, Calendar, Maps, Gtalk and YouTube.
For its key features the Agora Android phone will have a 2.5-inch TFT LCD flat touch-sensitive screen, integrated QWERTY keyboard, high-speed 3G network connection, one-touch Google search, easy web browsing, email attachment support for images, videos, music, and documents, customizable home screen with instant email, text message and IM notifications, instant access to mobile internet services, music player, Wi-Fi, GPS navigation, and 2.0 megapixel camera.
Other specs include, keyboard backlighting, built-in microphone and speaker, headphone jack, MIDI, MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, PCM ring tone formats, MPEG2 H263, H264, MPEG4 and AVI video support. This mobile phone gives out up to 400 minutes of talk time and 300 hours of standby time.
Kogan will be releasing two versions of the Agora phone, the lower end model will retail for AU$299 and the Agora Pro will retail for AU$399. Pre-orders are being accepted right now at the Kogan site. And the good news is, the company will be shipping internationally as soon as the Agora phone becomes available by January 29, 2009.
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