T-Mobile has been slated to resurrect the Sidekick line, where the newer iterations will be based on the Google Android platform. Word has gone round that the US carrier has already been working on an Android-powered Sidekick for some time already, but otherwise they have done a pretty good job at keeping things hush hush. How do we know? For instance, there isn’t even any leaked image of such a device to date. One can only make the assumption that the same software team who handled the myTouch 3G Slide’s custom UI will also be involved in writing for the Sidekick. Some folks claim that the replacement could be the HTC Vision or the Project Emerald.
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