The Imbrics M1 is an extremely thin Android device offering a host of impressive features to satisfy even the most discerning of users. We brought you news of the device back in November 2009, and the device was recently spotted at CES where a number of the key features were noted, but were originally detailed in Korean and computer translated. We can now confirm more information about the M1, and brings you some images and a video courtesy of Engadget.

Running Android 1.5, the Imbrics should manage to stretch to Android 2.0 by the time it hits the shop shelves. The most eye catching feature of the device  is the 3.7-inch WVGA AMOLED display. Throw in a full QWERTY keyboard, 16GB of built-in storage coupled with a microSD slot and we’re very interested, but to cram it all into a 0.5’’ thick chassis and we’re also impressed. Even more inspiring is that the M1 has managed to offer excellent 720p video play back via the 800MHz Samsung processor. The M1 is completely DLNA compatible and Imbrics have tailored Android to make the most of these digital media sharing features. Complete photo gallery is available here, but for now, there are a selection of Photos and video after the jump.

James Tromans
Contributing editor of, based in the U.K.