Gigabyte also wants a piece of the Android pie, or so claim DigiTimes, according to their sources. This company already has a bunch of interesting smartphones, but they run Windows Mobile (like the very appealing GSmart S1200), for now.


It seems that Gigabyte and Taiwanese company AboCom Systems are ready to work together with Vibo, in order to produce Android handsets. In case you’re wondering about the expertise of the device maker, know that Gigabyte produces Linux-based MIDs (M528), so it can handle a Google mobile OS device.

[via Phone Arena]

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