This week, LinuxDevices reported a flurry of new Android phones, including
- Motorola i1, the first Android phone for the Sprint Nextel (i.e. Nextel) iDEN network;
- Dell Aero, the AT&T variant of the Dell Mini 3i being offered in China;
- HTC Evo 4G, the first Android phone to support the Sprint/Clearwire WiMax network;
- Sprint announced it will offer the Nexus One, the first CDMA carrier to do so; and
- Kyocera Zio M6000, the first phone from Kyocera (which made the early 6035 Palm OS smartphone). The phone is rumored to be bound for the Cricket discount cellphone service.