Archos looks set to offer a new DECT phone that will run Android 2.2. The device has a 3.5 inch display and has WiFi. Using its browser you’ll be able to visit websites and even download apps and games. With its front-facing camera video conferencing is also a possibility making this a smart home/office phone that you’ll want to strongly consider. You’re also getting 8GB of internal storage and a microSD card to expand with. If you are looking for a smart DECT handset you’ll probably want to keep an eye out for this one. [Archos via Electronista]
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