Video Phones from Universal Microelectronics [VIDEO]

uni_micro_101Universal Microelectronics has been showing off two prototype video phones that run on Android.  Currently, these are only concepts being shopped around for potential resellers, but they hold great promise.  It’s always nice to see Android running on something other than a cell phone or MID.

  • 10.1″ Capacitative 1280×720 Touch Screen
  • HDMI output
  • Built-in DECT phone
  • Integrated Camera
  • Ethernet
  • USB-host (keyboard, mouse)
  • ARM Cortex-A8 processor

The price is expected to be around $260 US dollars for ODM/OEM bulk purchases.  There’s also a smaller model (MP291, pictured below) which offers a 5″ 800×480 screen, mini-HDMI out, MicroSD, and USB host all for just a $200 price tag.

mp291

Ok someone needs to get on it.  Scoop these up and sell us one!

Thanks  Charbax!

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