Androidland by Google & Telstra, open near Apple

Apple and Microsoft US retail stores may have something to worry about, with news that Android could in the future be opening up their very own bricks and mortar shop “Androidland” nearby. Collaborating with mobile telecommunications Telstra, the new shop in Melbourne as you can see via the embedded video below, will include an entire list of features tempting the new or existing customer.

Already planned since July of this year and with the help of some major vendors such as, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Samsung, HTC and LG, the new Androidland as tomsguide.com reported, will feature a massive “spaceship” hub allowing you to play games including the ever so popular Angry Birds. Google Earth will be seen allowing you to check out different countries, there’s even a smell of Gingerbread wafting through the air, to resemble the company’s very own operating system and so on.

The new Androidland which can already be seen in Australia, will give customers a new and exciting experience unlike anything else, allowing the general public to see what Android has to offer for devices as well as giving people a fun time.

As to whether the new stores(s) will venture over into America and beyond, is anybody’s guess, but maybe this is the time for Apple and Microsoft to worry.

What are your thoughts on the new Androidland? Do you think that a new retail store would have a detrimental effect on Apple if it were to be opened virtually next door?

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