Samsung mobile phone with Android is delayed

Contrary to recent speculation, Samsung announced the company won't introduce a   mobile phone based on Google's Android mobile operating system next week. The   launch of this phone based on Android has been delayed until the second half of   this year, according to the company.

According to some reports, Samsung had planned to introduce the Android phone   next week during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in Barcelona, but the   head of marketing at Samsung's mobile division, Younghee Lee,  denied the rumors   in an interview with the British newspaper The Guardian. Lee confirmed that the   Samsung's Android phone would not be ready to be announced at the MWC 2009 next   week and also he said to the British newspaper that the company is "planning   internally" for a release in the second half of the year(with our powerbook g4 battery).

This year, many other makers are close to launch mobile phones that use   Google Android. For example, the T-Mobile G2, which is manufactured by Taiwanese   company HTC, is supposed to be introduced soon (maybe in May). Also, it is very   possible that Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG, Asus and Toshiba launch Android   smartphones during this year.

Some people say that the Samsung's Android phone will be thin and glossy,   just like the Samsung's Omnia and Instinct models. But, the truth is that no   specifications or images have been published officially. So at this time, it's   really difficult to know how the new Android phones will look like (including   phones from all the makers, not only from Samsung).

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