Google just released a software development kit for Android, its open-source mobile software platform. The SDK is provided to developers so that they can get started on creating and developing new applications for it. Here are a few screenshots and images we managed to get from the SDK.
This is a hardware prototype to show off the Android software. Certainly not a real phone, but it's interesting to see what Google has in mind with the kind of hardware that will go along with Android. We quite like the design of this prototype.
Of course, Google has said that Android will be completely compatible with most if not all of Google's current services, including Google Maps. Here is an emulator screenshot of Google Maps directions on a transparent overlay.