impressive design and cool specs, but eventually it failed to deliver, because of underwhelming performance and a bad touchscreen. Also, the lack of Android Market support killed it, but now Camangi is back, with two new products to wash the shame: FM600 (image below) and Camangi II (further on below).

Here’s Camangi FM600’s specifications list, that reminds us a lot of the ViewSonic ViewPad 7 and OlivePad VT100, since they have the same maker, after all:

Display: 7 inch, capacitive, multitouch display
OS: Android 2.2
CPU: 600MHz Snapdragon processor
Memory: 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, microSD card slot
Camera: front facing VGA webcam, rear 3 MP camera
Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 3G, A-GPS, b/g WiFi, quad band GSM, USB 2.0
Battery: 3240 mAh Li-polymer battery (25 days of standby, 5 hours of video playback or web browsing)

Camangi II is a more mysterious device, sporting a 7 inch display, but we learn that its design will be similar to the WebStation’s. Here’s a specs list we’ve come across:

CPU: 1GHz ARM Cortex A8
OS: Android 2.2
Display: 7 inch multitouch capacitive touchscreen, 1024 x 600 pixels
Memory: 512MB DDR2 RAM, 2GB local storage, SD card slot
Connectivity: WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, 3G
Camera: 5 megapixel camera, front facing
Others: mini HDMI output, accelerometer

Both devices were shown during IFA 2010 in Berlin, with the FM600 being detailed in the following hands on video. This Camangi unit will cost around $514, while Camangi II remains mysterious price-wise.

[via pocketables]