Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Gigabyte GSmart Reveals First Android Phone Gigabyte's First Android Smart Phone Gets Pictured, Detailed

The Taiwanese mobile phone manufacturer Gigabyte has teased their first
foray into the world of Android Smartphones.ย The Gigabyte GSmart
Android Smartphone will run Android 1.6 and will see its first shipments
in Russia next month.
With their own
android smartphone, Gigabyte will join a blizzard of Android device
releases in 2010.ย Beyond the Motorolas, the HTCs and the Dells of the
world, Gigabyte represents a growing number of lower tier mobile
manufacturers whose names few of us may recognize.ย Their GSmart
Android Smartphone provides much of the same functionality of the
T-Mobile MyTouch 3g, as it includes a touchscreen and a trackball but no
hardware keyboard.ย The benefit that the Gigabyte GSmart Android
Smartphone will offer is that is is both unlocked and cheap, selling for
$300 after conversion from Russian Rubles.
The Gigabyte GSmart Android Smartphone has the standard functionality
that smartphone users desire.ย It features a 2.8-inch touchscreen
display, a trackball, an accelerometer, GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity,
WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth 2.0.ย The GSmart Android phone will also
include an auto-focus 2.0MP digital camera, a 3.5mm audio jack, 256MB
RAM, 512MB storage and expanded MicroSD card support.ย Hey, that 3.5mm
audio jack makes this one slightly cooler than this writer's T-mobile
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