QderoPateo, a small startup company, is set to unveil a device called Ouidoo at the Shanghai World Expo later today. The phone offers a unique new technology called articulated naturality (a form of augmented reality).
The Ouidoo mobile handset has a multi-core CPU and a multi-processor chip design that was created specifically for the purpose of rendering real-time data on overlays of real-life visuals.
Its user interface resembles that of Windows Phone 7, where it will be equipped with an alleged 26-core CPU (impossible!), a 3.5″ touchscreen display at 800 × 480 resolution, 512MB RAM (how paltry), 4GB ROM, a microSD memory card slot, a 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and Ouidoo OS. It will hit China via China Mobile, roaming on the TD-SCDMA sometime this July for no more than $588 after conversion.
Production of the device is set to begin by June for the Chinese market. From there, it will be tailored to function with other country’s mobile spectrums including the US’s GSM and CDMA networks.