Roewe 350 is First Android Equipped Auto
At next month’s Beijing Auto Show, the world will get its first look at the Roewe 350. Dubbed the first Android equipped automobile, the car comes with Android 2.1 embedded into the GPS/DVDS unit. Apparently, the auto, which just went into production this week, will provide real-time traffic reports and allow for web access. As for the actual connection, it’s not known whether this will be via integrated 3G or third party wireless cards.
We didn’t recognize the name ‘Roewe’ so we took to Wikipedia. Apparently, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) purchased British car maker Rover MG back in 2004 and since produced cars in China using both names.
Source: The Next Web
You might also like
We’ve heard rumors for months about a Sidekick running Android, and now it’s happening. The sign-up page for the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G is now live, so Tmo customers ( or non-Tmo customers) can fill out the form and request more information about Tmo’s latest Android offering.
Android developers living north of the border are encouraged to sign up for AndroidTO 2012. Heck, all Android developers looking for a bit of help with coding and practices would
LG on Tuesday announced a new, limited-time promotion which sees the handset maker essentially doubling the battery life of the G3. Already a beast at 3,000mAh, the promo gives buyers