Modu W Tiny Android Phone Visits The FCC

You might have heard of the modu T before this, which is touted as the smallest touchscreen phone in the world. Now the company, modu, has sent another phone to pay a visit to the FCC, namely the modu W, which is also a rather small device, though exact measurements weren’t provided. From the user manual, the modu W will probably be running Android 1.6, though hopefully it will be upgraded to something newer like Android 2.2 Froyo when it’s released. The modu W will also offer microSD card expansion, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. It isn’t clear whether modu plans to bring this phone to a US carrier, but an FCC filing might hint of such an intention in the future.

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