Gigabyte to Boost Mobile Gaming with 3 New Dual-SIM Droids
Jun 14, 2012
Gigabyte ICS droids
Mobile gamers are waiting impatiently for the Computex to start and reveal three new smartphones from Gigabyte.
The annual computer trade expo held in Taipei, Computex, is one of the biggest computer and technology shows in the world usually also featuring an array of fresh smartphones from various producers.
Gigabyte, well known for its PC components, decided to utilize the opportunity and present three dual-SIM smartphones from their GSmart ICS line. As you might’ve guessed all three devices will be running on the latest Ice Cream Sandwich OS, offering the best in real money mobile casino gambling.
The flagship, GSmart M1420 comes with a 4.3 inch WVGA display, Mediatek Cortex A9 MT6575 chipset with 1GHz CPU, 8MP snapper on the back and 1.3MP on the front. In terms of connectivity it will offer Wi-Fi b/g/n/ and Bluetooth.
Next in line is GSmart G1362, offering the similar sized screen and running on a 1.2GHz CPU. It comes with 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM, 5MP snapper with a front-facing VGA unit as well. Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi are also present.
Last, but not least, the GSmart M1320, will provide real money Android casino enthusiasts with a 3.5 inch screen with the same resolution as the big brother, 1GHz CPU powers the device, and it also includes 4GB or internal memory, 512MB or RAM, 3MP camera, as well as Bluetooth a Wi-Fi connectivity.
No info on exact release dates or pricing policy is yet available. Check back in to learn about the developments.
Mobile casino regulars should be already familiar with the Gigabyte GSmart G1342, sporting a 800MHz CPU, 1GB of storage memory, and 512MB of RAM. The mid-range device is also capable of holding two SIM cards.