Oi Mates! Now that the Kogan Agora appears to be on ice, at least for the near future, it's time for some potential good news for Android-lovers Down Under - an Optus Mobile technical document has appeared as evidence of an Android G1 being available in Australia. Courtesy of ZDNet's Australian branch, these docs have appeared and should give Aussies a glimmer of hope that the HTC-made G1 may be locally purchased instead of having to be imported at exorbitant prices. There is no hint as to when this will take place, but for the sake of Android aficionados in Australia, let's hope it happens soon!
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