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1. Fw: WTI: Inbrics M1 is the thinnest Android slider we've seen, probably everything we ever wanted

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-----Original Message-----
From: "Ju Ming" <>
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2010 05:59:13
To: Milis<>
Subject: [gadtorade] WTI: Inbrics M1 is the thinnest Android slider we've
seen, probably everything we ever wanted

Yang mau beli Nexus-1, mungkin, bisa pertimbangkan ini....

We don't know what everybody else in the phone business has been doing
lately, but Inbrics has just unveiled what looks to be the near-ultimate
Android phone. The Inbrics M1 is a slider handset with a (great) 3.7-inch
WVGA AMOLED display, 3 megapixel camera, front-facing VGA camera, 16GB of
built-in storage, microSD slot and all the other usual t{*filter*}s, but what's
particularly stunning is that the phone is not only half an inch thick, but
it has a full QWERTY keyboard that's surprisingly clicky and typable. The
phone is running Android 1.5 right now, but it should be up to Android 2.0
by the time it hits the market in March. The biggest concern is the 800MHz
Samsung processor, the same chip that's in the Samsung Moment, but the
interface (as demonstrated in the video after the break) is smooth as
butter, and they demo'd it playing back 720p video just fine.

Inbrics actually has a lot of custom UI and software running on top of
Android, but the most interesting part is what they're doing with video
calling and beaming media from handset to videophone to TV to laptop over
DLNA or through an access point device that plugs into the TV over HDMI.
Inbrics also has a Cover Flow-style media browser that isn't super deep in
functionality, but still puts the stock Android stuff to shame, and some
rather {*filter*} custom widgets.

The plan is apparently to get a carrier to bite and rebrand this phone in
the US, so price and availability are still pretty hard to pin down, but if
this phone can hit the market soon it sure could give the rest of the QWERTY
Android sliders out there some body image issues.

Gallery: Inbrics M1 hands-on

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AlertDialog.showDialog(), and not involving Activity.showDialog()

which has no corresponding .show().

I think it was vs Activity.showDialog(int), since he

If you don't call .show and use showDialog from the activity ...

Plus, there is no AlertDialog.showDialog() ...

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7. Fw: WTI: Inbrics M1 is the thinnest Android slider we've seen, probably everything we ever wanted