Gigabyte to showcase Donut the Android smartphone at MWC 2010

The whispers in effect that the Taiwanese manufacturer could use the event MWC 2010 Barcelona in mid-February to lift the veil on a smartphone cheap running version 1.6, code named Donut, of the mobile OS Android.

Apart from some visual showing a terminal dimensions 10.3 x 5.4 x 1.3 cm, more technical information have circulated the Internet. They point to a terminal with a processor Qualcomm MSM 7225 to 528 MHz supported by 256 MB of RAM compatible 2G, 3G and Wi-Fi.

In addition, a GPS chip, a capacitive touch screen 2.8-inch display capable of a resolution 240 x 320 pixels with function accelerometer to rotate the display, a digital camera with 2 megapixel sensor and autofocus, a media player with 3.5 mm audio output for headphones, an internal memory of 512 MB expandable to 16GB with a MicroSD slot / microSDHC, USB 2.0 connectivity and Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity. All powered by a large Lithium -Ion with a capacity of 1 500 mAh.

Regarding marketing, finally, there is talk of release in February next year at least 200 euro nu.

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