The Australians are the ones who can take the credit for giving Google’s second Android handset to the world! The handset is named as Agora and is available on an Australian website called Kogan in two versions – the Agora standard and the Kogan Agora Pro.
The features of the handset are:
- A 2.5-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen.
- 262K QVGA (320 X 240 pixel) resolution.
- A QWERTY keypad.
- A microSD card slot for memory expansion.
- GPRS/EDGE support and Bluetooth 2.0 (with EDR).
- Wi-Fi, internal GPS.
- A 2 megapixel camera.
- A very leek phone with dimensions like 108 mm x 64 mm x 14.8 mm.
- Weighs at 130g.
- A 624 MHz processor paired with 128MB RAM.
- The handsets will feature Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, Google Talk and Google Calendar options.
- Supports MIDI, MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, PCM and MPEG2 H263, H264, MPEG4, AVI for video.
The Agora standard edition is priced at Rs. 14, 840 and the Kogan “Agora Pro” is available at a price tag of Rs. 19, 804 (AUD $399).