Aava Mobile’s Reference Design for OEM/ODMs
AAVA Mobile, a startup comprised of “engineering wizards”, was in Barcelona last week to show off their reference design for OEMs and ODMs. This unnamed device, based on Intel’s Moorestown processor is being touted as the first fully open mobile device.
- Intel Atom ‘Moorestown’ Processor
- 864×480 3.8″ TFT Capacitive Touch Screen
- GSM/EDGE quad band, WCDMA triple-band (Band I, II and V)
- 2 Mbps up-link and 7.2 Mbps down-link
- WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, USB
- Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, 3D compass, Accelerometer
- Haptic feedback, microSD
- 2 megapixel Videoconferencing camera
- 5 megapixel (optional 8 megapixel) and LED flash
- FM Radio,
- MicStereo (echo and background noise cancellation)
- Stereo Speakers
We found a page on the AAVA Mobile site that breaks down the future of smart phones as seen through the eyes of their developers. While some of the stuff is already on its way to being commonplace, it’s interesting to see just where they think our phones could be before long.
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