EPSON launching Android powered-device at MWC?

EPSON launching Android powered-device at MWC?

A lot of big companies are accepting Android as a formidable OS, and it seems Epson is now planning to throw their hat into the ring. AndroidAndMe is reporting that Epson is working on a “mysterious” Android-powered device and they will officially launch it at MWC in February. We have no idea what’s the device is going to look like, or even what’ll be under the hood at this point. We expect that more will be uncovered as we get closer to Mobile World Congress.

We’ll be at CES in Las Vegas next month, where we’ll hopefully get our first look at whatever it is Epson has up their sleeves. Unfortunately we’ve been advised that it will be under NDA and the rest of you will have to wait until February to find out. But we’ll try our best to get some solid information on it nevertheless.

So are you looking forward to an Epson Android device? Any guesses as to what it is? Drop a comment below!

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