updated 04:25 pm EST, Wed November 25, 2009
Inbrics shows ARM Cortex MID with Android OS
Korea's Inbrics is showing off an Android-powered portable device that slides horizontally open to reveal a QWERTY keyboard. Apart from a few specs, the company is being tight-lipped about the device's functionality. What is known is that it will feature an AMOLED touchscreen display and be powered by an 800MHz ARM Cortex A8 processor.
Otherwise, a Wi-Fi module is built-in, as are a GPS sensor and a digital compass.
The unnamed device will be displayed by Inbrics at the 2010 CES early in January. Prices and a release date, as well as whether the device will be sold in North America, are unknown. [via JKKMobile]