Android surely is making its mark on the mobile world, racing up the charts across the globe, the majority going in for lower end devices from Sam sung and LG. Indian brands have joined in on the fun, with Videocon and Spice also releasing low cost
Android handsets.

Now it looks like two more companies will be bringing low*end Android phones into the Indian market, including the nation's top mobile brand - Micromax. Micromax has officially released the Andro A60 foran Android 2.1-based mobile with a 600 MHz processor along with a 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen and a 3.2MP camera with auto and demand has never been higher. India too has its fair share of Android lovers, with focus. Micromax is also keen on launching a 3.5*inch display Android phone soon, as well as 7-inch tablet. Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, has announced it will be bringing the Ideos U8140 to India, its popular and inexpensive Android 2.2 Froyo smartphone. It will apparently launch some*time this month putting it in direct competition against the recently announced Micromax Andro as well as the Galaxy 5, with some distinct advantages.

The first of those is the Ideos' Android 2.2 Froyo operating system, instead of2.1 Eclair the Andro and Galaxy 5 possess. The next is a 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen compared to the Andro's resistive touchscreen. Huawei will supposedly also be bringing its recently released, higher-end Android Froyo handsets into the Indian market by mid-January, called the Ideos X5 and X6.