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Hardware products running Android
* The HTC Dream (also marketed as T-Mobile G1, Era G1 in Poland) was the first phone to the market that uses the Android platform. The phone is part of an open standards effort of the Open Handset Alliance.
* The HTC Magic. The Magic is similar to the Dream but without the slide-out keyboard, instead using an on-screen keyboard.
* Chinese company Qigi released a version of its i6 (formerly Windows Mobile) device running Android in December 2008. The device is manufactured by Chinese ODM TechFaith.
* HKC Pearl, which claims to dual-boot Windows Mobile 6.1 and Android.
* HKC Imobile v413, an Android build similar to the HTC Touch.
* Samsung I7500 was released in April 2009
Released (aftermarket installations)
Some users have been able (with some amount of hacking, and with limited functionality) to install Android on mobile devices shipped with other OSes:
* The Openmoko phones (Neo FreeRunner and Neo 1973) have limited support since Google's release of the Android source code on 21 October 2008. As of 4 November 2008 (2008 -11-04)[update], the whole source stack compiles, with the kernel, user interface and most applications working, but telephony, SMS, suspend/resume and wifi, which rely on lower level hardware features, are not fully working. In early 2009 Cupcake images were demonstrated and available as flashable images.
* Motorola A1200 Ming
* HTC Kaiser: a port is in progress, not all features work at the moment
* HTC Vogue
* HTC Touch Diamond: not all functions work (including Wifi)
* HTC Touch Pro
* Nokia N810
* Nokia 770
* Asus EEEPC 701
* Asus EEEPC 1000H
* Touch Book from Always Innovating
* Dell Axim x51v
* HTC Touch HD: similar to the Touch Diamond, not all features work such as wifi and audio during voice calls
* In September 2008, Motorola confirmed that it was working on hardware products that would run Android.
* Huawei plans to release a phone that would run Android on T-Mobile. This date however is not set until after June 2009.
* Archos is planning to launch a new device, which would combine significant media capabilities with an Android operating system.
* Lenovo is working on an Android-based mobile phone that supports the Chinese 3G TD-SCDMA standard.
* HTC is planning a "portfolio" of Android based phones to be released in the middle of 2009, including the HTC Magic, unveiled on 17 February 2009 at the 2009 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The HTC Magic will be released with the "Cupcake" build with a debut on May 5.
* Sony Ericsson is waiting for better multi media support in Android 2.0.
* GiiNii Movit Mini is a Internet device based on Google's Android operating system.
* Acer is rumored to be releasing phones called the L1, C1, E1, F1, and A1 (unconfirmed) late in 2009.
* Chinese ODM Yuhua's first Android phone, the dual-SIM DSTL1 will be released under the General Mobile brand in June. The company is planning more Android devices.
* Skytone, distributor and software developer of the Skytone Alpha-400 announced the release of an Android netbook, the Alpha-680.
* Kogan Technologies, an Australian technology manufacturer, has announced Android-compatible handsets: the Kogan Agora and Kogan Agora Pro. These handsets were scheduled to be released on 29 January 2009. In mid-January 2009, Kogan announced that the release of the Agora handsets has been delayed indefinitely.