Back in August 2009, Modu said it’s working on a touchscreen phone, and it looks like the company’s efforts are finally coming to fruition.
The phone is an Android one and it’s really small – possibly smaller than the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini, which is currently the smallest Android handset on the market.
Like the first Modu phone, the new one seems made for being paired with various “jackets” – which will enhance its functionality.
Only a prototype for now, the handset runs Android 1.5 or 1.6 and features Wi-Fi, 3.5mm headset jack, FM radio, MicroSD card support, and a stylus (which likely means the display is resistive). This particular unit doesn’t have 3G.
A video preview of the Modu Android phone can be watched after the photos below:
The launch date of Modu’s Android handset is not known. In any case, the Israeli company should put a newer version of Android on the device before officially announcing it.
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