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INQ Mobile to begin selling Android phones as well

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 12 Sep 2009 17:42

INQ Mobile to begin selling Android phones as well INQ Mobile, the phone maker owned by UK-based carrier Hutchison Whampoa, has announced that it will begin offering Android phones starting next year, the latest in a long line of handset makers which have begun or are planning to offer the Google phones.
There wasn't much more details given about the Android phones, but CEO Frank Meehan, according to Moco, seems very excited for the possibilities brought forth by the Android platform.

“When you look at who do you select, you come to Android” and “currently Android phones on networks that are selling against the iPhone have not performed well. You need to get the experience better.”

We will keep you updated.

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