The hardware supplied to developers (and only developers at this stage) by FIC is named the Neo1973.
It is powered by a Samsung SoC S3C2410AL 266MHz ARM9. With 128MB SDRAM and an internal NAND flash.
With a Quad-band GSM radio unit by Texas Instruments connected by an internal serial bus to the SoC.
* 480x640 active-matrix touchscreen
* a WiFi chip is on the horizon, but Bluetooth 2.0 is already there.
* GPS receiver.
* MicroSD socket
and this is just the prototype, the final version / RTM of this product will undoubtably sport more features.
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Comment by freitasm, on 15-May-2007 17:58
I saw this during the CES 2007. Very impressive stuff.
Comment by nathan, on 16-May-2007 16:34
I noticed a striking similarity between this device and the JavaFX Mobile that is intended to run high definition graphics that Sun just announced
Some nice Photoshop skills there
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