The one and original

One of the top sights at Google I/O is the display case of Android phones from around the world. And joining the handsets this year were a selection of collectible Android figures. The Bug Droids (as Google likes to call them) come in a range of colors and styles, from cute to a little strange. If you'd like to buy your own set, a company called Dyzplastic makes the official Google-sanctioned products.

Here's the little guy that started it all. You know him best in green, but he comes in blue as well.

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Cupcake

Made famous by the Cupcake OS, he also comes in chocolate.
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Bernard

It just goes to show that argyle is back.
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Octopoid

He looks like he might live in a pineapple-shaped smartphone under the sea.
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Racer

He's fun at parties, but never let him drive.
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Creature

He's a bad influence.
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Noogler

Search results aren't his strong suit.
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GD-927

He's at your service.
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Hi-Voltage

He's full of energy.
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Invader

Take him to your leader.
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Grenneon

He's pretty transparent, but he also came in blue.
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Rupture

Sometimes you're not supposed to understand.
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Copperbot

He runs like clockwork.
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Iceberd

He's as cold as ice.
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Copper Wash

He's a bit rusty, but he'll manage.
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