April 6, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
Android wasn’t completely quiet on the device front at CTIA. Amico Mobile, a little known Taiwanese company than designs phones for other companies, displayed its Android-running “Brava” handset. Aside from Engadget pointing out the obvious similarities to Sony’s Bravia HDTV’s logo, ironically tagged “like no other,” the Brava seems to be an okay device. There’s a 3 megapixel camera, FM radio, 624MHz processor, microSD slot, EDGE data (3G support being developed), 256MB internal memory, 3-inch resistive touchscreen, and a Cupcake build. All of this is packaged into a touchscreen device with a WQVGA display. Here’s a quick video peak.