Thursday , August 16 2018

Back in April we reported (via Gizmodo) that Millennius Australia were working on an Android device and were hoping to have it released by May. It’s now August and I have been informed that the Apanda has been finalised and should be ready for sale through Millennius’s online store soon.

Some juicy specs:

  • Android 2.1
  • 3.2″ Capacitive Display
  • 320×480 Resolution
  • 600MHz Qualcomm CPU

We’re hoping to get some hands on time with the Apanda in the coming weeks. In the meantime you can check out a preview on PC Authority.

Source: Millennius.

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From the specs is the price seems fair to me as it is just a tiny bit faster (I think at least in MHz) than the wildfire and has more on board memory but a majority of the rest of the spec are the same the $50-$100 seems fair. This all said I am not sure I would buy it.

james
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Woo finally, I’ve been waiting for this phone.

Adam
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I dont agree with you guys.. If you read the PC Authority review, it has some credibility as it is made at foxconn – The same factory as Apple and HTC. So the quality will be there. I also Think it is a very good price comparing to the Big brands of Motorola, Sony Ericcson, LG and Garmin which have 1.5 Android versions. Also the following have resistive touchscreen – Motorola DEXT and Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 (no multitouch) and LG Optimus (resistive screen). The $400 sub price is most likely the 8GB and $450 would most probably be the… Read more »

Graham
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The resolution alone is way too poor for this kind of money.

Geoff Fieldew
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Put it on a stand with the live wallpapers running and offer it for zero dollars on a decent $29/mth plan and I reckon you would get some interest. It’s a poor man’s nexus one, well, sort of.

Tom
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Tom

Plus it has the same resolution and similar processor of the Dream, which came out nearly 2 years ago… It’s a mid-range phone at a high-end price from a new manufacturer, I don’t anticipate this going well.

Lucas
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Too expensive for a no name manufactuer ya reckon?

Cooper
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Cooper

I agree way to expensive

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