The phone will plug into a docking station and connect to a device that synchronizes data when it recharges the phone's battery.
T-Mobile would not comment on these specific devices, but did say they will be offering more Android devices in the future.
The tablet phone device is similar to a mini laptop without a
keyboard and will have a seven-inch touchscreen. It would handle basic
computing jobs like checking the weather or managing data across a
variety of devices in the home.
Samsung will also offer Android phones this year.
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