Not every Android handset that’s first being made public sports the latest cutting edge technology under its shell, they may just aim to cater to the entry level user. And that’s exactly what you’ll find in Gigabyte’s first foray into the Android sector with their GSmart series – it’s kind of your typical Android handset. As we mentioned, this isn’t one powerhouse phone
that’s going to jumpstart the company into Android’s spotlight – instead it’s just as smart as your usual entry level smartphone. It’s even proving itself to be in that category with its 2.8” QVGA display, EDGE connectivity, 2-megapixel auto-focusing camera, and Android 1.6 – all of which are the beginnings of an established entry into a new platform. Although Gigabyte doesn’t have a strong presence here in the US, it’s going to be made available in Russia some time around February for 9,000 RUB ($300). Despite it all, we’d gather that it’s best to start from the bottom to make your way to the top through trial and error.
via Unwired View