PC Magazine plays with a phone that may become the first Android phone
. The GW4 from Wistron will be running the Android software by March – which could make it the first – though the version described runs MontaVista Linux.
"The GW4 we saw had surprisingly low specs, but that's a testament to the efficiency of Linux, Wistron execs said. The GW4 is based on a TI OMAP 1710 chipset with a 216-MHz processor and only 64 MB of program memory, yet the model we saw ran the Opera Web browser, played video and flipped between a range of Web widget applications like weather and stocks. The user interface was very responsive.
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