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December 05, 2008

Sciphone goes for Android Dream 2

Maybe this is what Google wanted all along — for every small-time phone manufacturer not to worry about their mobile OS. China-based Schiphone is said to be coming up with Android Dream 2 soon.

The Sciphone Dream G2 will run Android Home edition V1.0, and will come with GSM/EDGE support, up to 16GB memory on microSD. Smaller than the G1, the G2 has a 2.8-inch displayscreeb, WiFi, FM tuner, but no 3G {via}. Has this weird 4MP camera.

Pre-installed apps include Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube applications. The G2 could be the 2nd phone to run the venerable Google Android OS. The G2 will be priced at US$174 or Php8,500 when it ships out in a couple of weeks.

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6 Responses to “Sciphone goes for Android Dream 2”

  1. phitski
    Twitter: iamphitsfour
    says:

    wow android phones invading us!lol.. its their time:)is this phone also a open source?

  2. BrianB says:

    Good-bye Windows CE?

  3. Lyle says:

    Hopefully, it reaches Philippine soil with the same price tag.

  4. Newton says:

    will it ever land on Philippine soil? still nice features even without 3g.

  5. iPhone China says:

    This sciphone is a better replica and I hope all of the clones have an Android OS.

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