Back at CES 2010, Inbrics has shown its MID M1 and the company is going to officially announce the M1 at MWC 2010 next week. The Android-based slider device features a 3.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display, a side-slide QWERTY keyboard. It is powered by Samsung S5PC100 chipset and comes with 16GB internal memory.
The Inbrics M1 supports Bluetooth, WiFi as well as HSDPA/UMTS 3G and WiMAX connectivity. T-DMB TV tuner and GPS are also included. Though with QWERTY keyboard, the Android device is still slim at just 13mm thick. The company expects the M1 can be shipped this year or early 2011.