Due to the amount of information crammed into day 1 of the Google I/O conference, I am blitzing through everything that happened, keeping it short and to the point.
There was a special case set up at Google I/O today with pretty much every Android phone ever made to date, from all over the world. It was really impressive to realize how many Android phones are out there right now and really put things in perspective, especially if you compare to Apple and its couple of iPhone revisions.
I didn't snap pictures of everything and skipped common phones, like the Hero, Eris, etc. Here are the phones that either didn't come out yet or are not from the US:
Xperia X10 mini pro
Pantech IM-600S Sirius
Acer beTouch E400
Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000)
Sony Xperia X10 mini
Sharp KDDI ISO1
Sharp NTT docomo SH-10B
The HTC EVO 4G and LG Ally were also on display but I grabbed some pictures of them separately on the floor instead and didn't include here.