Kogan's PR agency just sent us this YouTube Video of the Agora in action, and although the phone looks slightly out of focus and there's some wicked reflections off the screen, it shows off Android working fairly seamlessly. Also worth pointing out is that this, and the photos we saw yesterday, are of a pre-production unit that will be almost exactly the same, except without the silver bezel around the screen (there'll be a black bezel instead to match the rest of the phone). Stay tuned for more Agora news - Mr Kogan himself is at CES and I'm sure the US guys will try and get a hands on this week. And if not, we'll get our hands on a review unit soon enough...
Kogan's Agora Now Handled On Video
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