Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Google's Android OS early look SDK now available

Engadget: "Just like the good folks promised, the early look software development kit for Google's soon-to-be huge phone OS has hit the streets... er, internet. Pedal your steam-engine over to the Open Handset Alliance site where you can download the SDK for a variety of platforms. Here's what we know the software will support right now:
  • 3G
  • Threaded text messaging
  • MPEG-4, h.264, MP3, and AAC file formats
  • 3D graphics
From what we can tell, the OS is as comfortable on larger, VGA devices as it is on more traditional smartphone layouts. Oh yeah... and it plays Quake. Below you can see an alternate fullscreen version of the phone (a hardware reference model, not a device you can expect to buy anytime soon) up and running its browser app. Check the video as follow for a real look at Android in action"

FF: "GPhone's system, lovely~ im so excitin now :D"

No comments: