You may remember Millennius as the Aussie company that brought us the mid-range Apanda A60, which ruled the mid-range market until recently with the launch of Huawei’s many devices. To keep at the head of the pack, Millennius have announced two new smartphones, the Millennius iNoid (We won’t question the name) which is a 4.3″ device running Android 2.1 powered by a 728MHz CPU. It’s available from Millennius now for $399, if you’re not willing to hand over your hand earned cash yet, you can wait for our review.

The next device is the Millennius Apanda A100, a refresh of the Apanda A60. It’s also a 4.3″ device running Android 2.2 powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm CPU. There is no price for this beast just yet, though Millennius did tell us it would hit their store the other end of March. Full specs of both devices to whet your gadget appetite after the break.

Millennius iNoid

  • Android 2.1
  • 728MHz Marvell CPU
  • HSPA 850/1900/2100MHz (Telstra NextG)
  • 4.3″ 800×480 Capacitive Display
  • 5MP Rear / 1.3MP Front-facing Cameras
  • WiFi b/g
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • Android Market

Millennius Apanda A100

  • Android 2.2
  • 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU
  • 4.3″ 800×480 Capacitive Display
  • 5MP Rear / VGA Front-facing Cameras
  • WiFi b/g
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • Android Market
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    dawdle
    dawdle
    9 years ago

    the back of the Apanda A100 has that HTC polished feel to it, me likey!
    wanna see how this phone performs and if the price isn’t too high, i might get it 🙂

    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Reply to  dawdle
    9 years ago

    I was just thinking the same thing. Wouldn’t it be great to combine the style and quality of HTC at two thirds of the price….?

    Interesting......
    Interesting......
    9 years ago

    The X5 and X6 are looking better than these two at the moment.
    As for Android 2.1 on a handset selling for $400………..
    They’ve got some nerve.
    I’ve said it before, Android 2.1 is the new 1.6.
    There is absolutely no reason to have 2.1 on modern device.
    Android 2.2 minimum.

    Jetty
    Jetty
    Reply to  Interesting......
    9 years ago

    2.2 will be released in March on the iNoid, I emailed them.

    The apanda a100 has 2.2 already.

    I guess you have to be patient, there are still so many devices out there with 2.1 atm. Yes it has been out for ages but doesnt mean it works on all devices straight away, they have to make it work.

    If you need 2.2 and is a must then go for the apanda 100

    Interesting......
    Interesting......
    9 years ago

    The X5 and X6 are looking better than these two at the moment.
    As for Android 2.1 on a handset selling for $400………..
    They’ve got some nerve.
    I’ve said it before, Android 2.1 is the new 1.6.
    There is absolutely no reason to have 2.1 on modern device.
    Android 2.2 minimum.

    David Anderton
    9 years ago

    How can they be releasing something with 2.1 still???? fail!

    Jetty
    Jetty
    9 years ago

    God Damnnnn, They both look good.

    Which one would you buy out of these two?

    James
    James
    Reply to  Jetty
    9 years ago

    I would buy the Heuwei X5

    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Let’s hope it daesn’t turn out to be a hema-roid…

    geoff fieldew
    9 years ago

    I’m bit annoyed by the name but it looks like a good midrange option, esp if they use the full stock google experience.

    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Reply to  geoff fieldew
    9 years ago

    Maybe they could call it aNoid :o)