We were allowed to get a glimpse of the first official prototype of an Android phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, back in February. At that same show, Samsung said that it won't debut an Android powered phone until 2009.

Developers will be able to create programs for Android in a Java-like language that uses special Google-developed Java code. The Android SDK (software developer's kit) was released back in November of last year.

Shares of Google were recently trading at $574.27, down 1.97% on the day.
Gary Krakow is TheStreet.com's senior technology correspondent.

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