Did Someone Track Down the Mysterious Android MID?

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Remember that iPhone-like Android MID that everyone went crazy about yesterday? It looks like someone may have tracked it down. Manufactured by SMiT, the device is called the MID-560. And it's got decent specs.


That's a 5-inch touchscreen with an impressive 800 x 480 resolution. And internally, an 533/667MHZ ARM 11-based Samsung 6410 chip should run the device as quickly as any smartphone with codec support including AAC, OGG, DivX, XviD, and H.264.

Storage stays light by maxing at 8GB, but a miniSD card slot offers lots of expansion. Wi-Fi and GPS are standard.


Sadly, even if you were to import the thing, you wouldn't be able to take advantage of CMMB mobile TV broadcast support (DVB intended for the Chinese market). But such is life in the US.

So is the MID-560 our mystery MID? Maybe, but it's tough to confirm given that we only have a low-end render. And Pocketables, the source of the original shots, is still not convinced. [SMiT via Shanzai]