It looks like Australia’s Kogan has hit a major setback in releasing their very first Android phone, the Agora.

Apparently, there seems to be an incompatibility issue concerning future Android apps and the Agora’s 240x320 screen resolution. This has been tagged as the culprit in Kogan's announcement regarding the indefinite delay of the Agora smartphone. Whether the blame solely lies on Kogan for not reading the fine print on screen resolutions or on Google for not outlining the specific parameters for the Android OS, we could care less as a consumer. The damage has been done already.

Hopefully, this will serve as a precedent for other Android phone hopeful manufacturers. Check your product for compatibility issues first before making any grand announcements of its release. It'll save you guys the extra work and bad rap you'll be getting as a result of failing to fulfill your promise.