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Xtreamer to release 5-inch AiKi Android smartphone




Xtreamer is a brand well known for its digital media players and HTPCs but it seems like its about to take a dive into a different territory by launching its own Android smartphone — the 5-inch dual-SIM AiKi.

The AiKi will fall under the Xtreamer Mobile product line and will feature the following specs:

5″ capacitive multitouch display
Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich
“Powerful” battery
ClockWorkMod based Updates
Multilingual ROM
Dual-SIM
Essential pre-installed apps
Root Access Enabled

It also claims to be a “smooth runner” and as the tagline “Why Pay More?” suggests, will be aggressively priced. Watch the teaser clip below:

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6hyRGbkR4Q&w=480&h=270]

A quick research on the word AiKi and you’ll find a reference to a Japanese martial art principle with a concept of “blending without clashing.” I’m sure you’ll get an idea on how the AiKi will position itself with the competition.

No details on pricing and availability as of the moment.

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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7 Responses

  1. Benchmark says:

    well i just hope its not another rebranded china knock offs.

  2. Rocketlog says:

    An affordable rooted dual-sim 5-incher with a “powerful” battery. Sounds great. We’ll just have to wait how affordable it is, and how “powerful” the battery is.

    Well, more on the affordable, really.

    Kasi kung mura naman, ibili mo nalang ng power pack yung extra cash. :D

    Still saving up for the Xperia Acro S for now. :D

  3. paolo says:

    “Root Access.”

    FINALLY! Someone who is brave enough to release a ROOTED Android device out-of-the-gate!

    • leeto says:

      what does ROOTED mean?

    • Rich says:

      Rooting your phone means giving yourself root, or superuser (A.K.A. admin) access, giving you access to system files and the ability to change things that normally are marked read only.

      Roooting allows you to change various aspects of the phone that are typically locked by the software or manufacturer. Additionally, you can install custom versions of the Android OS on a rooted phone.

  4. Justin says:

    Seriously, are all the news here on yugatech taken from engadget.com?

    • Rich says:

      Abe is a freelance blogger, whatever news he gets anywhere, from whoever the source is, he blogs about them here! If it happens to be the same news as with Engadget, who the hell cares? Abe always have this “Local connect” on his every blog.

      If you think he’s just copying shit from somewhere else, well he most definitely don’t!
      Otherwise he would be named Vicente “Tito” Sotto III.

      And what do you care?

      If you don’t like reading shit here that is similar to those international technology-related sites, then SCRAM the hell outta here!

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