Gigabyte Android 1.6 phone sneaks out

Gigabyte has developed two new phones and, before it’s actually remembered to tell anyone about them, has sneaked both out onto the mobile market…in the Ukraine, of all places.


The first handset, which is based upon the Android 1.6 operating system, is called the Gigabyte GSmart C1305 Codfish. Running on a 600Mhz CPU, it’s a GSM machine that arrives with a 3.2in screen  supporting HVGA resolution, HSDPA for fast data transfers, Wi-Fi for the wireless connection to the Internet and GPS for location finding, according to the GSM Arena website.


The other phone, the Windows Mobile 6.5-based Gigabyte GSmart S1205 Cougar is apparently a dual SIM handset running on a slower 416MHz CPU and 128MB of RAM. It includes quad-band GSM / GPRS / EDGE connectivity, Wi-Fi and GPS.


There are no distribution details regarding other areas of Europe, a final price or official release details as yet.


Click to read the GSM Arena story




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