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Panasonic plans to sell Android phones in Europe and North America

25 November 2011
Tags: Android

We've heard about Panasonic's intentions in the past, but now these are getting pretty serious. It appears that the Japanese company wants to sell Android phones outside its home country, and is currently negotiating with a major telecommunications firm in order to bring such handset to Europe in early 2012.

Panasonic plans to sell Android phones in Europe and North America

The information comes from both Reuters and Nikkei, which aren't your regular rumor launchers, making the news rather official. Panasonic also plans to bring its Android handsets to North America, but this event will probably take place after their European debut.

We still don't know if Panasonic will hit these markets with Android phones based on the ones it is currently selling in Japan (like the Lumix P-O2D above), or if they're planning to come up with totally new devices. Early 2012 will also be the time that Panasonic will start selling its rugged Toughpad A1 tablet, which will run Android 3.2 Honeycomb and feature a 10.1 inch display and a 1.2GHz dual-core processor.






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Letitia 2011-11-30 09:07

That's the best ansewr of all time! JMHO