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I won’t lie, I’ve been pretty darn excited about the Millennius Apanda from the moment I first read about it. Why? Because I liked the idea of seeing an Aussie company bring an Android Device to the market, something Kogan couldn’t quite do and let a few people down. Millennius however, have come through with the goods and were kind gave us the Apanda to review for you guys, and that’s exactly what I’m about to do. So let’s get into it!

Editor’s note: This review was re-done after being told it was test software & a wipe fixed the lag I faced.


  • Lightweight
  • Android 2.1 (Vanilla)
  • Capacitive Display
  • Multi Touch


  • Plastic feel doesn’t suit everyone
  • No trackball notifications :(

Full Review… 

In China’s Shanzhai Android phone market, Apanda definitely is not a strange name. We’ve heard it since it launched its first Android phone A60 back in December 2009, a time when almost every single Android handset receiving huge attention from the world on its arrival. Now after more than one and a half years, The company is about to launch its more solid product A100, which also runs Android OS.

Apanda A100 is packing a 1Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8650 chip, a 4.3 inches 480×800 capacitive touchscreen, 2GB ROM, 512MB RAM, a 5-megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a 1400 mAh battery. The prototype now runs Android 2.2, and according to the company the product version will run Android 2.3. It’s said the phone even supports 720p videos. Unfortunately we heard no words about the price and time of availability. Hope it won’t get you Apanda fans wait too long. Judging from the specs you won’t hope for a price that’s about $150 USD, will you?


While the Apanda A70 is nor released yet… check out his Apanda A60 Video:

You know Apanda is not a panda. This company ever made an android phone called Apanda A60, which make the company known to, at least, this little site’s visitors. Now I am glad here to send a word to let you know that Apanda has new baby: A60s. As its name implies, this phone has a lot similar to its elder brother A60, or to speak more exactly they looks the same.But the specs got improved.

Apanda A60s is powered by a 600MHz Qualcomm 7227 chip, packing a 3.2 HVGA capacitive touchscreen, 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, and a 5-megapixels camera. It runs Android 2.1 OS. Surely better specs comes with higher price. Its 8GB version priced at 2488 Yuan.

Source: IT168