One of the more talked about stories of this week in Barcelona was the appearance of Google Android at Mobile World Congress. There were several booths showing early prototypes of the OS, and mocked up devices. At the ARM booth, we were fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of the elusive Android. At first, the rep on the booth was only willing to point us at a prototype device behind a glass bubble.
However, soon after we managed to get a demo of the working software. The video is a little jumpy, but the software is definitely live. According to the person giving the demo, it’s running on a 200Mhz Arm9 processor as well, which is a seriously underpowered processor. Looks good, even so.