Pioneer Computers' latest foray into all things Android involves a trio of low-cost Android handsets. I'm not sure I'd call them "Dream" phones, but by omitting the space, they've named them DreamPhones. The M35 is the entry level model; a $199 3.5 inch 800x480 pixel Android 2.3 model with 4GB of onboard storage. Moving up the range, the M43 3G is a $299 4.3 inch 800x480 pixel Android 2.3 model with 1GB of onboard storage. Both the M35 and M43 run on a MTK6573 processor, but speed is not disclosed. Finally, the Q43 is a $299 4.3 inch 800x480 pixel Android 2.3 model with a Qualcomm MSM7227-T processor and, frankly, an unbelievable amount of storage, stated as "512GB NAND+ 256GB DDR SDRAM / 512GB NAND + 512GB DDR SDRAM (compatible)". Either that's a data entry error, or this is the most storage-capable smartphone ever built. [Pioneer Computers]
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