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Is the thinnest Android smart phone today the new Inbrics M1? This is a “million dollar” pop-up question for everyone out there who might be encountering soon an all-new Android device with a slider form factor.
This rare sleek device supports OpenGL ES 2.0 and comes equipped with 3.7 inch WVGA Amoled display, 3-megapixel camera, an 800 MHz Cortex-A8 SOC processor, a 16GB of built-in storage and microSD slot, 512 MB RAM, Modules WiMax, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS receiver, HDMI port and Li-Pol battery 2400mAch.
This clamshell designed handset, apart from being half an inch thick, has a full QWERTY keyboard and is running on Android 1.5 right now but will be equipped with a version of Android 2.0 by the time it hits the market in March.
With the help of technology “3 Screen Plus”, Inbrics M1 functions as a media controller. It can receive media content from your TV sets, laptop or other devices without any wires.
One important thing also which customers would want to find in their smart phones is the so called “finger fidelity” quality on touch screens. It is the comfort of mobility of fingers on touch screens. The accuracy of smart phone’s touch screen can be tested by drawing some slow, steady lines across the screen with your finger. If they are smooth and straight, your touch screen is tracking with relative accuracy. If they are wavy or jagged, your phone might not be giving your fingers the care they deserve.
Inbrics M1 with its new features and upgraded specifications, is no doubt, the thinnest Android smart phone soon to be in the market. There are really no serious flaws, defects, negative reactions, feedbacks from observations and exhibits as of now except for only one question which might be mind-boggling or eye-opening. “Why do they make touch screen phones with a keyboard”?
Inbrics M1 Hands-on video during CES 2010
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