The stunning handset, which made its debut at this year’s Mobile World Congress, isn’t racing towards the finish line with Google’s latest OS or even top shelf internals. Rather, this Android device places a heavy emphasis on style, durability and display tech much to the delight of our overloaded mobile-senses. We spent some quality time with device at the company’s booth, so click on past the break to get the rundown on our initial impressions. Powered by a 1GHz dual-core OMAP 4430, and running a heavily skinned version of Android 2.3.5, navigation across the five homescreens chugs when you’d expect it to zip. It has 1,150mAh battery, as well as 8GB of internal storage. So, if you intend to make heavy use of the device or that 8 megapixel AF rear shooter.
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