If you are Down Under and are anxious to get your Android groove on, you won't have to wait too much longer. Online retailer Kogan will be selling the Android-based "Agora" on January 29, 2009 and is accepting pre-orders NOW right here. There are two versions: the basic model costs $299, while the Pro version (which includes Wi-Fi, a camera and GPS) is $399.

Kogan will sell them contract-free, so some of the network-integration features found on other Android phones may not be available on the Agora.  Gmail, Calendar, YouTube, Maps and talk will be included, of course. A special "Thanks!" goes out to Bradley and Daniel!

[Lifehacker]

 
There are 3 comments

Matt says:

Did you guys miss the part that they are selling internationally?

Matt says:

Also, are you guys going to review this phone?

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