OPhone Android Handset, Ready to Hit China
You might have seen the mighty OPhone before, but never so close to launch like today, when China Mobile announced that it’s ready to sell the Android device. A fresh batch of screenshots portraying the Android OPhone have just surfaced and they focus mainly on the handset’s iPhone-like UI.
OPhone runs OMS (Open Mobile System), a modified version of Android and it features a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash plus a microSD slot. The phone supports WiFi, TD-SCDMA (Chinese 3G) and CMMB (Chinese TV streaming).
We have no information regarding the device’s price or release date, but I guess it will be pretty close to the launch of Dopod G2, also running OMS.