The Haier H7 is targeted for a September release (in France) and will run our favorite Android OS. Haier is relatively unproven in the smartphone market, so though they're promising an Android device, we won't be fully convinced until we see it in our hands. The model shown at CommunicAsia 2009 was a non-working prototype that will sport a 2.8 inch touchscreen, 2 megapixel camera, WiFi, GPS, and interestingly Android 2.0 Donut.
To our eyes the Haier H7 looks like a spitting image of the T-Mobile MyTouch 3G (aka HTC Magic aka Google Ion). But with Android 2.0 Donut being reportedly loaded into the H7, it'll sure make for an interesting device. What do you guys think?
Google is supposed to care about making money because that's how big business works. Everything else — including this newfound interest in making content easier to find on tablets — is just a side effect.