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21 August 2019

Kogan Agora Android handset “shouldn’t be too far away”, will ditch keypad for full touchscreen

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It was a sad day when we found out that the Android-based Kogan Agora smartphone would be delayed for an unknown reason related to the Android operating system.  I speculated at the time that the delay could be related to Android’s Cupcake development branch and it now appears this could be the case.  Gizmodo Australia got a chance to test out a prototype version of the original device, and while it was a little unresponsive understandbly being pre-production and all, it was apparently lust-worthy.  Of note is the fact that the eventual production handset won’t have the QWERTY keypad of the original but instead will take advantage of Cupcake’s onscreen touch keyboard.  And, says Gizmodo, the actual Kogan Android handset “shouldn’t be too far away either, from all accounts.”

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 Kogan Agora Android handset shouldnt be too far away, will ditch keypad for full touchscreen


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