AndroidPIT had a chance to talk with the representatives from Camangi today about their new Android tablet, the Camangi FM600. The FM600 tablet will run Android 2.2 (the tablet we had was running Android 2.1) with full Google apps support and a 7" 800 x 480 capacitative single touch touchscreen.
The device features a proprietary UI on top of Android 2.2, and they have plans to update the device to Android Gingerbread once the update is released.
As for the FM600's hardware specs, it features a 600MHz ARM11 processor and 512MB of RAM and ROM. The device also features microSD expandability up to 32GB.
Connectivity-wise, the tablet has quadband GSM support, and WCDMA support, as well as Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR. The FM600 also features a 3MP rear-facing camera and a VGA front facing camera for video chats.
It runs on a 3240mAh battery, which should power the device during video playback for up to 5 hours, and charges using a 5V AC adapter.
Expect the device to become available near the end of September and retail for about 450 Euros.