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Old 29-Oct-2010
Create an Android smartphone to your liking

We've all had the problem of finding just the right smartphone for ourselves. One may be rich in features but may lack a good camera. Another may not have enough storage. Or perhaps you just want to go against the system and have a one-and-only unique phone. A new company, Registerof your very own Android-based smartphone.

Synapse-Phones gives you a base phone to start off with running Android 2.2. From there, you can pick and choose in all of these categories:

* Mobile - Choose anywhere from 3G GSM to 4G with LTE or WiMAX. The option to include WiFi is also there.
* Camera - How many MP? These cameras can record in 720p, so it just depends how crystal-clear you would like it. You may also add a camera flash or Front Facing camera.
* Multimedia - Mini-HDMI Out? FM Radio? Audio-Out? Whatever you would like. Also a choice for a mobile television technology.
* Built in Storage and Working Memory - Store data and make use of it!

Other components include the type of battery, size of microSD card, and what color you would like your phone to be. Currently Synapse-Phones has postponed the ability to take in pre-orders due to the sheer volume of orders they are reportedly getting, however they do note that you should be able to pre-order again quite soon.

The first batch of the custom Android smartphones is scheduled to go out in the middle of Q1 2011, with a base price of 299.00. The German-based company will also be shipping to the EU, U.S., and Canada.

Android working as an open source operating system has allowed various developers to customize it to their liking, and now users have the option to even customize the hardware they will be using. The open platform thought to not be managed enough by some may actually end up becoming one of the most extensible mobile options on the market.

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