So Dell's made-for China Mobile Mini3i is confirmed. But it's no smartphone. Apparent hands-on reports suggest it's a 2G device, with no 3G or Wi-Fi. However, it does have that 3.5-inch touchscreen and Micro SD card slot we heard about.
This video of Lenovo's Android-powered OPhone makes me hungry for Android's Cupcake and what it could possibly do. If this is the future of Android, I'm upgrading.
Some China bloggers got hold of a Lenovo OPhone shell and did a sizemodo against the iPhone and iPhone 3G. Verdict: Similar slimness with more features. *swoon* I know what I want for Christmas.
ModMyGphone has some great shots of the China-only, Lenovo OPhone—which runs the Android OS. Originally surfacing last week, a few more details have also popped up, revealing that it has a 5 MP camera, microSD support, English/Chinese virtual keyboard, Bluetooth and video recording capability. And after seeing…