There’s a lot of talk about Android-enabled devices out there but in reality, we’re still in the position where there’s only one or two devices available.
The NYTimes adds more fuel to the fire by sharing some confidential information about another Android phone and, more interestingly, an Android-based ‘tablet pc’ that will come from T-Mobile. (U.S.)
T-Mobile has confirmed that they have plans for Android-based devices but declined to add to the already brief info.
The tablet is said to be a 7″ touch device for ‘basic computing jobs’ and as it’s likely to be ARM-based, (I don’t see Android being ported to x86 any time soon) it signifies that there is a continuing move by ARM partners into the mobile computing space. Maybe it’s the return of the Pepperpad, the Linux/ARM-based 7″ tablet from 2006.