Android Exeda – A more detailed look

I had written a post about CompuLab releasing an Android based phone called Exeda. It’s official now and they are making it available in March. They will make the price available along with the phone. It has a 3.5 inch screen which is sun-readable. It also has a touchpad which acts as a mouse. The phone itself seems very small in the picture so it might not be meant for big fingers. The keys are very small in size. It also comes with Windows Mobile and they say they will add support for Linux in the future (yay! Linux).

According to its maker

“Exeda is designed to serve as an enterprise digital assistant (EDA). Comprised of embedded components, the exeda has guaranteed long-term availability and can be custom configured when ordered in volume. “

For more information go to http://www.exedamobile.com/web/?gclid=CJHqrvG4qJgCFQrAGgodLyYvnw and http://www.exedamobile.com/web/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=7

Exeda
Exeda
Exeda
Exeda

A new Android/Windows Mobile phone

I found this on Russian site of AndroidTeam(androidteam.ru) that a company called Compulab is going to release a new phone called Exada which will run both Android and Windows Mobile. This phone will provide left and right click capability. It will provide a large number of control keys (buttons) and has an ethernet port. I wonder if that is supposed to be a replacement for USB or if it’s a regular ethernet port.  Below is the picture of the phone :

Exada
Exada