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The Android 1.6 system delivered in the SDK (as library and system image) is the development counterpart to the Android 1.6 production system image, which is deployable to Android-powered handsets starting October 2009. The system is fully compliant and includes no external libraries.
The Android 1.6 system delivers an updated version of the framework API. As with previous versions, the Android 1.6 API is assigned an integer identifier — 4 — that is stored in the system itself. This identifier, called the \"API Level\", allows the system to correctly determine whether an application is compatible with the system, prior to installing the application.
The system image provides a variety of built-in locales. In some cases, region-specific strings are available for the locales. In other cases, a default version of the language is used. The languages that will be available in the Android 1.6 system image are listed below (with language_country/region locale descriptor).