[MWC 2010] Qualcomm was demonstrating this Smartbook at Mobile. It is a concept, not a product, but its design is very interesting to look at. As you can see, there’s a small keyboard – but what you don’t see is that it can be snapped in the back of the device, turning it into a photoframe. The Snaptop is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 and runs a flavor of Linux – Someone there told me that it was Android, but it didn’t look like Android, so I can’t confirm this right now. Is this the future of smart frames?
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