It seems that the second Android device is on its way; and this time, it comes straight from Australia. I am talking about the Kogan Agora Pro, a power-packed mobile phone and rich is features, the QWERTY keyboard, the central navigation key, the 2.5-inch touchscreen, and the 3G connectivity being just some of them.
Features and specifications: powered by Googleâ€™s Android mobile OS; preloaded Google applications-Search, Calendar, Maps, Gtalk and YouTube-, a 2.5-inch TFT LCD touch-sensitive screen; full QWERTY keyboard; 3G network; one-touch Google search; Web browsing; E-Mail; customizable home screen with instant E-Mail; IM notifications; access to mobile internet services; music player; Wi-Fi; GPS; a 2.0 megapixel camera; microSD slot; keyboard backlighting; microphone and speaker; headphone jack; MIDI, MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, PCM formats; MPEG2 H263, H264, MPEG4 and AVI video support.
Agora will be released in two versions, the lower model costing AU$299, and the second, the Agora Pro, AU$399. And it seems that The Agora will be available by January 29, 2009; after that, the company will sell its devices around the world.