Still disappointed that last month's mystery Android MID was eventually identified as just a Rockchip concept device? If so, then there's a good chance that Chinese PMP maker RAmos may be able to pull you out of the depths of despair next week with its announcement of an ARM-based Android MID capable of supporting 1080p MKV (H.264/VC-1), AVI (XviD/DivX), and other video containers/formats at bitrates between 30-40Mbps.
The teaser image you see here accompanies a news release about an event scheduled for next Friday (September 25th) that will no doubt be the stage for the official unveiling of what many are speculating will turn out to be the Rockchip concept. Though only a portion of the device is shown in the teaser, what can be seen sure looks identical to the Rockchip unit shown in previous photos and videos (and for the last time, no, it isn't the SMiT MID-560). Everything from the silver trim and rounded corners to the vertically off-centered screen all seem to match up perfectly.
Rockchip's RK2808 chipset may not necessarily be inside the RAmos MID, as 720p (not 1080p) has always been cited as the chip's main strength, but it's only an 8-day wait until we know for sure.