Keepin’ it Real Fake, Part CCXXXIX: Genuine Android Shipping on A Counterfeit Storm

Keepin’ it Real Fake, Part CCXXXIX: Genuine Android Shipping on A Counterfeit Storm

By | Oct 14, 2009

Looks like someone in Shenzhen had time to kill overnight at the Storm factory — and they’ve put it to good use. Instead of giving us a faux-BlackBerry with a horribly mangled KIRFed-out UI (or at most WinMo) what we have here is a genuine clone with a trackball thrown in for good measure running honest-to-goodness Android 1.5. Dubbed the Broncho A1, this guy features a 600MHz CPU, 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera, WiFi, GPS, and an FM radio. That’s the good news. The bad? 128MB RAM isn’t going to do much for you, app-wise. Oh, well. Price and ship date to be announced at a later date.

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