Leading mobile players demonstrate early look of Android at Mobile World Congress 2008 in
February 11-14, 2008
February 11, 2008
Leading mobile players demonstrate early look of Android at Mobile World Congress 2008.
See how Android is now available on many different mobile hardware platforms.
In a show of broad momentum behind Android, members of the Open Handset Alliance™ and
several other companies will be showing early look implementations of the platform on
various reference hardware in Barcelona. These firms ported the same software onto
different hardware with little to no modifications of the core stack, highlighting the
strong early interest that Android has generated and the portability of its design.
The companies who are showing demonstrations include:
Open Handset Alliance members
Marvell Semiconductor, Inc.
Marvell is demonstrating the Android Mobile Phone Platform running on its high
performance, low power ARM-based integrated 3G communications processor, delivering
cutting-edge productivity and entertainment applications and Web 2.0 services.
Come see how Android takes full advantage of the Qualcomm MSM7201A's capabilities -
integrated ARM11-based application processor, high-speed HSDPA/HSUPA wireless
connectivity, blazing fast WVGA video performance and stunning 2D & 3D graphics
TI will be showing two exciting demonstrations of Android on:
Both demonstrations re-affirm TI's committment to open source initiatives like
the Open Handset Alliance, and offer consumers/customers/operators with seamless
connectivity across multiple applications, an intuitive UI and advanced features
that push the envelope of mobile applications
- OMAP850 - an integrated single chip modem + applications processor, along
with TI’s WiLink™ and BlueLink™ solutions, on a live prototype handset
- OMAP3430 - TI's flagship applications processor
In Wind River's stand - Hall 2, Booth #2H72 - Wind River and Wind River Linux
Commercialization Services are demonstrating the base Android platform and native
integration with the Texas Instruments OMAP3430 chipset in an exciting, new
form-factor development platform called the Zoom Mobile Development Kit.