The day Android fans have been waiting for since at least last week has arrived! The ultra-thin Android "mystery MID" launches today at a press event in Shenzhen. The event is ongoing, but thanks to Cloned in China the first details of the new Ramos MID, now known as the W7, have emerged.
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Apparently this tablet-like gadget runs on a Rockchip RK2808 chipset with a 600MHz processor. It has a 4.8" capacitive touchscreen with WiFi connectivity and 780p support. It can handle a variety of formats; MKV, AVI, RMVB are mentioned by name. The device is said to be 2 mm thick at its thinnest point, and only 10 mm at its thickest. The device has 8 GB and 16 GB versions, which should retail for around $191 and $235 respectively.
More information, including on whether and when this sweet little thing will launch stateside, should be out by the end of the day. Stay tuned.