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Rockchip's prototype RK2808-powered Android smartphone spotted... finally!

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The Ramos W7 Android-powered MID has come to pass, but for the last year one question's remained: where is that RK2808-based handset we were promised? Finally Rockchip has provided us with some pictures of its prototype called, of all things, Smart Phone. There is a dearth of specs at the present time, but from what we do know it will have a predictable emphasis on multimedia playback (including H.264, RMVB, MPEG-4, AVS, WMV9, and 720p video). If you're a manufacturer (or would like to be), drop 'em a line -- presumably, you'll be able to get more complete specifications. And then be sure to drop us an email with the info. We'd appreciate it!


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