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Videos: Texas Instruments Android Zoom OMAP34x-II

Couple of more videos from the guys at Engadget as they got to grips with Android on Texas Instrument’s new Zoom OMAP34x-II Mobile Development Platform as Mobile World Congress 2009.

This OMAP3430 powered device is being constructed for software developers to work on the OMAP3 chipset by Logic and has a 4.1 inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, 16GB of storage, SD card slot, QWERTY keypad. Debug board with Ethernet, USB plugs, an array of connectivity, HDMI out and an 8 megapixel camera.

A WiFi uint will stand a developer some $1150 or for a 3G unit it’ll hit you for $1399 and customers can purchase too. So check out the videos below for more insight.

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    PacoBell says:

    No HD accelerated playback yet? Wow, that’s a bummer. At least 2 chipset manufacturers at the MWC already have solutions for 1080p content playback and recording. Talk about being late to the game…

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