AnexTEK, not only are they keepin' it real fake with their new moboDA 3380 and 3160 smartphones, they're showing off their "designs" at a major tradeshow, Computex, where they may well run into a few companies who can be forgiven for thinking that AnexTEK's been swiping things from their booths when they weren't looking. The 3380 (which bears more than a passing resemblance to BenQ's P51), is the more capable of the two, with built-in WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, a 2 megapixel camera, and a speedy Intel PXA270 520 MHz processor. As you can see, it also has a full QWERTY keyboard. The 3160 (taking cues from HP's RW6828, itself an XDA Atom rebadge), lacks a keyboard and packs a slightly slower Intel PXA270 416 MHz processor, along with a 1.3 megapixel camera, and integrated WiFi and Bluetooth 1.2. No word on price, and (surpise!) they're not likely to be available outside of Taiwan anytime soon.
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