The Compulab Exeda won’t be the most high profile Android/WinMo/Linux handset coming to the market, but the squat candybar features enticing half-Blackberry, half-80s calculator styling and a robust feature set.
Promising to support both GSM and CDMA when released (unlocked) this March, the Exeda also includes a 520MHz Marvel processor, 3.5-inch sun-readable touchscreen, QWERTY, mini trackpad, about 1GB of built-in storage, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 10/100Base-T ethernet port, 2MP camera and MicroSD expandability. It’s also slated to support Android, WinMo 6.1, Windows CE 6 and Angstrom Linux.
There’s no price on the Exeda just yet, but at 4.9” x 3.7” x 0.6”, it’s a hair taller and thicker than the iPhone, as well as quite a bit wider. But I just kind of like it, gud phone for hacking.