Monday, December 1, 2008

QIGI i6 has the best of two worlds: Android & Windows Mobile 6.1

What is your favorite flavor nowadays? Windows Mobile or Android? If you can't make up your mind, then why don't you have both?

QIGI, a China-based mobile manufacturer has introduced its latest handset: i6 smartphone that runs on Android & Windows Mobile 6.1 platform.

Of course the i6 smartphone can only run one mobile platform at a time, but it's only a matter of time until a hacker mods it to run both the mobile platforms. Here's the short list of i6 specs:
  • 2.8" LCD touchscreen display
  • 624MHz processor
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • 2MP camera
  • Wi-Fi support
  • microSD expansion memory card slot
  • GPS navigation
  • Quad-band GSM up to EDGE, but no 3G

IMHO the i6 smartphone looks like a cross-breed of HTC Touch & O2 Zest, darn those Chinese copy-cats really know how to create a combo fake designs. ~LOL~ But honestly, the i6 really look tasty to me. Although they should restrain a bit on the Android welcome splashscreen (pictured below) there, the screenshot looks really corny. We'll have to wait till next year, when i6 smartphones finally hit global market.

Sources are from ePrice, via EA, via uBerPhones.

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