There's been a raft of local Android phone announcements today, so we've gathered them together in one handy post.
- Telstra's exclusive on the ruggedised Defy Android phone has now ended, and Optus has begun selling the device as well, with no handset charge on a $49 cap 24 month contract.
- Vodafone has scored a local exclusive on the HTC Desire Z. No pricing announced yet, but it will go on sale from mid-March.
- Online retailer Kogan has made noises about releasing Android phones in the past, but founder Ruslan Kogan says that there are no current plans to enter the Android tablet market, because it's too hard to compete with Apple. Hit the Giz post for the full (and colourful) story. [Gizmodo]