Just in case you were curious about how the RAmos W7 Android MID looks like, here it is – nothing groundbreaking, but we’re pretty interested at the generous touchscreen display that looks oh-so-shiny thanks to the wonders of Photoshop. We wonder whether it will use fingerprint-resistant material, and apart from its rather generic form factor, there is no further information concerning the W7. Stay tuned as we’ll do our best to keep you posted.
Update: We have recently found out more about the RAmos W7 Android MID, where it will run on Android 1.5 Cupcake.
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