Google's Android platform turns 3, Gingerbread due on 11 November
The Android platform was born on this day three years ago, on 5 November 2007, and the first device based on the platform was introduced nearly one year later, on 22 October when the T-Mobile G1 saw daylight for the first time.
However, the story began back in 2005 when Google acquired the Android Inc. Then, it was only a matter of time for the Android platform to show up. Now, a few years later, this is one of the fastest developing operating systems.
The Android OS hasn't stop improving since Day One. Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo… Those are all sweets but at the same time these are the names of the numerous Android updates released over the years. And rumor is the next one, Android 2.3 a.k.a. Gingerbread, is about to be launched in a week, on 11 November.
As for the applications compatible with the Android platform, currently, there are more than 100 000 apps over at the Android Market and their number is continuing growing and growing.
Currently, we have 141 Android handset in our database and those are not all phones available worldwide as as we don't list all CDMA handsets.
Here's a video showing part of the team behind the Android OS:
All the best for Android
- 12 Aug 2015
how do u have installed v2.2 on htc g1 plssss reply me
- 12 Mar 2012
- real steal
the best phone is the t-mobile g1...i am still using this phone and it is amazing. android 2.2 works very well on it
- 13 Jan 2012