In spite of seeing so many companies rushing to be the first, after HTC to manufacture an Android Phone, the second handset comes from Kogan. Basically, you’ll get two new models, Kogan Agora and Kogan Agora Pro.

Agora costs $199 and it’ll hit the market in January 2009, while the Pro version will cost almost $100 more and it will be available in the same period. Both handsets are available for pre-order right now and you should know that their feature list includes a 2.5 inches touchscreen, QWERTY keyboard, 3G support, one-touch Google Search, Bluetooth 2.0 and a microSD slot.

These are the common specs of the two devices, but Agora Pro also throws WiFi, GPS and a 2 megapixel camera in the mix. Of course, all the popular Google web apps are supported, but the real question is: will the new Android phones be able to upgrade the functionality of the G1?

[via Kogan]

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