Synrgic T100 Android phone Specs, price announced; release date unknown
You’d be forgiven if the name Synrgic doesn’t ring any bells but that looks set to change as the company which is better known for making tablet PCs in China is preparing an Android handset which looks like it could offer some might equal to that of the Samsung Galaxy SII, on paper. Synrgic which had become wellknown thanks to its tablet Dreambook W7 offering a modern and comprehensive features all at a modest price. Building on this success, Synrgic decided to change registry and develop a new Smartphone, offering the latest technology all in one, with a price that should be contained under 400 dollars.
At this price, Synrgic Phone T100 features Android 2.3 has a dual-core processor Tegra250 1ghz, a screen retina (960×540 pixels), 1GB Ram, 32GB of internal memory (to fill the lack of microSD port) two cameras 1.3 mp for the front and rear to 5mp, one HDMI and then the trio GPS, 3G WCDMA, Bluetooth, and the thickness of the device is less than 1cm.
It will also feature two cameras, a 5mp snapper on the rear and a 1.3mp on the front for video calling. Powering it all is a 1500mAh battery and the device will ship with Android 2.3 installed, though it will be arriving around the same time as Ice Cream Sandwich. The latest version of Android is set to be released in November so an update might not be far off when it arrives. It’s not as thin as the Galaxy SII at 11mm and weighs 150g, the handset will offer connectivity on GSM/WCDMA networks.
It is said that the T100 is going to go on sale around October/November time, there’s no word yet exactly where or with who it will be available.