Now this is as weird as seeing a Mac run Windows for the first time all those years ago, but we presume it will be a more and more common sight sometime down the road. The Aphone A6 might resemble the iPhone physically, but deep down inside, it will run on the Android operating system – albeit at version 1.5. Supported features include multi-touch capability, a dual-core processor, a 3.5″ capacitive touchscreen display, 130MB RAM, 256MB internal memory, a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity. Apparently, early user reports have pointed towards an unresponsive touchscreen display. Hopefully the final version will do much better.
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