Millennius Launches A 1GHz Froyo Apanda Android Smartphone

Millennius Launches A 1GHz Froyo Apanda Android Smartphone
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While all the major phone manufacturers are making their mobile announcements over in Barcelona, Aussie gadget maker Millennius is making its own announcements closer to home. They’ve just announced a new Apanda Android smartphone, this time with a 1GHz processor and runnig Froyo, plus a shiny new 9.7-inch SmartQ tablet.

The new Apanda A100 is a premium phone compared to the iNoid announced earlier this week, with a 1GHz Qualcomm processor, 4.3-inch touchscreen, Android 2.2 and a 5MP camera. Expected to land in mid to late March, pricing is yet to be confirmed, but should be significantly less than other premium smartphone offerings.

The SmartQT10, meanwhile is a vast improvement on the company’s previous tablet offering, with a 9.7-inch capacitive touchscreen, ARM Cortex A9 processor and running Froyo. With a 1024 x 768 display, it’s also launching in March, and just like the new Apanda, pricing hasn’t yet been announced.