Revision as of 14:21, 24 July 2015 by Onthewater (add industrial single board computers that support android)
It looks like there's a page on this on wikipedia: http://wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Android_devices
Hello Android has a comprehensive database as well, along with an Android app to view the database on your phone.
That have shipped
- HTC Dream
- Branded as the G1 by T-Mobile
- Google: Android Developer Phone 1 (ADP1) - same hardware as G1, but unlocked.
- HTC G1 V2
- HTC G2, aka HTC Magic
- Google Android dev phone 2 - same hardware as Magic, but unlocked
- HTC Hero
- branded as T-Mobile G2
- HTC Hero for CDMA
- available from Sprint on Oct 11, 2009
- HTC Tatoo - Europe, Oct 2009
- SPECS: 528MHz Qualcomm processor, 512MB ROM and 256MB RAM, 240x320 px (QVGA) 2.8-inch touchscreen, GPS, WiFi, compass and accelerometer.
- HTC's Sense UI in TATTOO: http://www.akihabaranews.com/en/news-18854-TATTOO%2C+HTC%E2%80%99s+Latest+Android+Phone+with+Sense+UI.html
- Samsung Galaxy (in Europe)
- Samsung Behold II
- Samsung's TouchWiz 3D Interface: http://www.akihabaranews.com/en/news-19025-Samsung+Behold+II%2C+TouchWiz+Wonder+for+T-Mobile.html
- Motorola Droid (on Verizon)
- branded as Motorola Milestone in Europe
- Motorola Cliq
- Has "MotoBlur" interface for interacting with social network sites
- Wired Article Sep 2009
- Motorola Sholes ?
- Sony Ericsson XPERIA 10
- Sony Ericsson X10 Mini
- Acer Liquid
- HTC Fiesta ?
- LG GW620
That have shipped
- Gateworks Single Board Computer - Freescale i.MX6 ARM Industrial Single Board Computers
- OpenSourceMID.org K7 OMAP3530 MID tablet Opensourcemid
- Archos Internet tablets
- Archos 5 and Archos 7 Internet tablets - Android tablet plays 720p video Linux For Devices Article, Sep 2009
- Android handheld game device with Cortex-A8 833Mhz powerful SoC
- ODROID - Hackable Android handheld game device Linux For Devices Article, Dec 2009
- S3C6410 microcontroller
- Google TV