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    Korea’s Inbrics Announces OLED Android Phone- Will Debut at CES 2010

    Korea’s Inbrics Announces OLED Android Phone- Will Debut at CES 2010

    Inbrics OLED Android CES 2010Korean’s VoIP Manufacturer, Inbrics, has announced that it will be debuting a pretty snazzy Android Phone, the Android MID, which sports an iPhone appearance with an added benefit, a hard QUERTY keyboard.

    Information is sketchy, and only a few have every heard of the company. I researched them, and apparently they’re a behind-the-scenes phenomenon in the VoIP market.

    The tech specs of the MID were released and are as follows: The handheld uses a current Cortex-A8 ARM platform running at 800 MHz, has an AMOLED touch display, integrated Wi-Fi, GPS and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Inbrics should be sharing more at the Consumer Electronics Show this coming January.

    The form factor also looks more like a Motorola Droid. Many insider techys consider Android to be an ideal OS for a MID, and a few MIDs running Android have been announced, most notably by PC manufacturing giant Dell.  Look for more information about the new MID by Inbrics in the next few weeks. (

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