We just got slipped a roadmap for Dopod, and with it we get some Chinese Android fare.
First off there's the long-rumored HTC Dragon, noted as a 3.6-inch WVGA China-only Android phone. Then there's what's listed only as the A6388, a 3.4-inch HVGA device. (Screen shot courtesy of 3Gin.net after the break.) And there's also the Huashan, a monstrous 4.3-inch WVGA device (the Windows Mobile HD is 4.3 inches, if that helps put it into perspective. That said, it's noted that the Huashan may see a change in operating system to Windows Mobile, so ... Also noted as "in planning" are the Tianshan, a 3.2-inch QVGA device, and the Songshan, with a 2.8-inch QVGA screen and keyboard (front-facing, from the sound of it).
Anyhoo, that's a good sign that the Dragon is still in development (and, of course, we now know that's it's not another codename for the Passion, which became the Nexus One). Interesting stuff, indeed, coming out of the East. Question is when will we see it?
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