We’ve seen very few variations of Android Hardware. Sure, there have been slide out QWERTY devices, and of late, Candybar devices with QWERTY keyboards. But the majority of devices just happen to be plain old full touch Candybars. Which is probably the only reason the Motorola Ming A1680 is news worthy.
Lets just go through the specs:
- Display: 3.1″ WVGA (800×480) resistive touchscreen (it’s meant for the Chinese/Taiwanese Market with a Stylus)
- Processor: Marvell PXA935/624MHz
- Connectivity: Quad Band GSM, WCDMA 2100, WiFi b/g, BT, AGPS
- Imaging: 5MP A/F cam, CIF video at 15fps
- Android 1.6 (Donut)
So not really a High Spec device there. Now imagine if this same device came with least an 800MHz processor, a capacitive Multitouch screen which is slightly larger and running Gingerbread, now THAT would be Droolworthy!
Head over to the MotoDev page to check out more specs: here.
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