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Mark Peters : November 18th 2009 - 12:20 CET
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GoogleZiiLabs working on advanced Android Smartphone : Google has found yet another goose that lays the golden eggs, or at least it is starting to look like that for Android. Manufactures are more than eager to jump on the Android train in order to not miss out. During the last few weeks, quite a number of Android smartphones have either been introduced or leaked through non-official channels, and it looks like we are about to see another one. ZiiLabs, part of the renowned Creative Technology, and designer of the striking ZiiEgg, is now going to use the Android software platform to dive into mobile telephony and with that thought in mind, it seems only a matter of time before we will get to see a Zii Android smartphone or a ZiiEgg smartpho

Android Smartphone

Zii Android smartphone
During the Zii Summit 2009, the company announced that several new products are in the pipeline. They are said to be a tablet PC, a net book, a portable e-reader and a mobile phone with full Android functionality. It's the latter in particular that we are interested in. According to the latest information, the Zii Android smartphone will feature a so-called ZMS-08 processor, a competitor of the Snapdragon and NVIDIA's Tegra processor.

New Android Smartphone

New Android Smartphone
In addition, the Android smartphone of ZiiLabs is said to feature an ARM Cortex A8 CPU including a clock frequency of 1Ghz and encryption and decryption support of 1080p H.264 video, support for various codecs and 720p H.264 video conference. The specifications mentioned do look impressive at first glance, and we really hope that the egg the ZiiLabs is about to lay will actually turn out to be a new Zii Android smartphone. We will continue to follow the developments around this new Android smartphone!

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