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January 7, 2010, 8:33 am
Google wasn't the only company announcing new Android-based devices this week. At this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, several handset and mobile device manufacturers also announced new models and partnerships with mobile carriers for their Android devices, ranging from various mobile phones and tablets, to eBook readers.¬†
Computer manufacturer Dell announced that it has signed a deal with AT&T to carry its Mini 3 Android-based mobile phone. Although Dell is an American company, as of the end of 2009, the Mini 3 smartphone was previously only available in Brazil and China. The deal with AT&T marks Dell's first entry into the US handset market. Following in Dell's footsteps, Lenovo announced its new LePhone handset which will launch in the Chinese market in May of this year. Even though Android 2.1 has been released, reportedly the LePhone will only run version 1.6. Lenovo has yet to confirm if it has any plans to launch the phone in Europe or North America...