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Here's TI-powered Google Android UI: but notice something missing?

From the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Engadget posts a gallery of an anonymous handset running Google Android via Texas Instrument chip under the hood.Prototype is running OMAP 3430 at 500 MHz.
Written by Russell Shaw, Contributor

From the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Engadget posts a gallery of an anonymous handset running Google Android via Texas Instrument chip under the hood.

Prototype is running OMAP 3430 at 500 MHz.

Now take a look at the glare-infused icon display, and imagine them running on an actual phone.

But, uh, one question.

Shouldn't this UI have some sort of Google icon? YOu know, you tap it and then a menu of Google services comes up?

Oh, yes. Just a prototype.

Still, what suggestions would you have for the Google Android dev teams?

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