HTC of Taiwan has some pretty “numero uno” sounding names for a couple of their devices, where right now the hottest property would be the HTC One (with its microphone-gate saga) and the HTC First, which was released earlier. Well, the thriving city-state that is known as Singapore, one of the roaring economies in South East Asia, has come up with a somewhat similar slant when it comes to the smartphone’s naming convention. I am referring to the Synrgic Uno, and for most of us, we would not be able to relate to what the Synrgic Uno is all about, considering the rather obscure name in the first place.
This Singaporean startup company has positioned the Synrgic Uno to be a mid-range device that runs on Android as the operating system of choice, where it will be accompanied by a 4.7-inch, 720p IPS display with Gorilla Glass, a dual-core 1.5GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4470 SoC, 1GB RAM, and a SGX 544 graphics chip. Chances are this might be one of the last of the OMAP-powered smartphones before Texas Instruments bids adieu to the smartphone world, no?
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