Amico is a Taiwanese firm that was sporting their new Android handset at CTIA this week, and it looks like a pretty decent phone with some good specs. Although it's been whisked back to the workbench for a 3G upgrade, it has a fairly decent list of goodies: 3 megapixel camera, 624 MHz Marvell core, microSD slot, and a 3-inch resistive WQVGA display. A capacitive screen would be nicer, but if the price is right, then maybe this can be forgiven.
On a quirky note, this Amico Android handset is labeled "BRAVA" - coincidentally not far removed from Sony's BRAVIA - in what seems to be a shameless attempt to falsely affiliate with Sony's big name. That's unfortunate and Amico should consider changing this before it goes to market. Why not give us the Amico "Atomizer" or some such colorful, unique name? Let's wait and see what happens when it's all said and done, and in the meantime, check out a video of the "BRAVA" here.
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