Posted by Mike Evans in Android on February 9, 2010

Continuing with our Android Day theme, we now have news of the Qisda QCM-330, a super-slim touchscreen phone that’s just won the iF mobile design contest. Normally I’d put such pics down to flashy concept phones, but apparently this one’s for real – it’s heading for Vodafone across Europe later in the year.

Apart form its thinness and exceptional good looks, the Qisda is rumoured to be toting Android under its sleek shell, and comes with a whopping 1280 x1024 display.
Qisda QCM-330 Android phone

One thing we don’t know, though, is what the interface is like. The main features are like every other Android phone, and although the design of the phone looks gloriously sexy, if the user interface is the stock Android interface, it might be a bit of a disappointment.

Hopefully we’ll find out at next week’s MWC 2010.
[Source: Mobile Review, via Mobile Crunch]