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Unboxed: The Millennius Apanda A60, an unlocked Android 2.1 phone
Expected to arrive in August, the mysteriously named Millennius Apanda A60 sports Android 2.1, and we're told will go on sale for less than $500.
Jul 21 2010, 1:20PM
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