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MID SmartQ5, Android Phone from Covia

Written By Kaisar Woll on 2009/09/26 | Saturday, September 26, 2009

While the Archos 5 has been unveiled yesterday, the MID of SmartQ5 Covia Networks is available to him for some time in Japan. The SmartQ5 runs Android and has a touch screen 4.3 inch WVGA resolution (800 × 480). It has an SD slot, a USB 2.0 port, WiFi B & G, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, 128MB of ROM, 1GB of RAM, a 2000mAh battery and runs on one processor







26 comments:

  1. pertamax,, berapaan tuh mas???
    belinya dmn??? pengen niy,,,,

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  2. I think it has lot of feature from which i am unknown.

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  3. All three models run Windows XP Home OS and feature a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, 1GB of DDR2 memory, 802.11b/g Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, a 1.3MP web camera, a microphone, stereo speakers, an SDHC card reader, a USB host and USB link port, and a multi I/O port.The device doesn’t have a physical keyboard. Instead, it uses a virtual haptic keyboard technology, that enables users to feel a press of a key on the onscreen keyboard.very interesting post for many peoples thanks for sharing.

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  4. First time here at this blog. Its very interesting and useful. I wanna to visit here very often thanks for this info.

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  5. Its sounds good. Really very nice and useful. Thanks for this great stuff.

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  6. It uses a virtual haptic keyboard technology, that enables users to feel a press of a key on the onscreen keyboard.very interesting post for many peoples thanks for sharing.thanks.

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  7. Cool! Is that a cellphone? Wow, technology is just getting crazier by the minute. This phone is really wicked... :D

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  8. Its a nice development but looks seems to be a bit flat.

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  9. First time here at this blog. Its very interesting and useful. I wanna to visit here very often thanks for this information.

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  10. Its great configuration with a USB 2.0 port, WiFi B & G, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, 128MB of ROM, 1GB of RAM, a 2000mAh battery and runs on one processor. I liked the flat screen also along with the keypad.

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  11. It's a very good gadget to start with, with a built in wi-fi technology it's a very huge plus and it has tons of features as well.

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  12. nice device u have posted & nice information sharing with us.

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  13. Entonces creo que tenemos que hacer un gran esfuerzo los argentinos para dejar de oponernos por oponernos. Que esta ley sea una voz plural,

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  14. I wanna to visit here very often thanks for this information. :)

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  15. Tenemos una oportunidad de seguir construyendo democracia".

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  16. what is the newest cell phone technology and how does it work? is there anything beyond 4g yet?

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  17. Tremendous are they phones,wow they look good i'll like to have one for myself.How can i purchese it.

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  18. Hm, the biggest question I keep having with all of these new Android powered phones is how they're drastically different than the HTC model, which I believe has about the same resolution... sounds like this one might have more RAM tho

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  19. outstanding! what cost?

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  20. honestly i do not like touch screens, because they spoil quickly

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  21. really beautiful, and seems also resistant

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  22. Gotta love this phone. The design is fantastic and the fact that it's a touchscreen which uses a virtual haptic keyboard adds to its value. The features are also awesome. I really like this phone. I wonder how much this costs?

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  23. The touchscreen device, which features a 4.3-inch 800 x 480 screen, is now running an ARM-friendly with stylish, and has been given the low, low price tag..so nice

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  24. Kok besar banget..... berat gak ni gadget.

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