A device called the Archos 32 floated into the FCC for approval, sporting a 3.2-inch screen and dedicated direction-pad controls.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
The back of the Archos 32 looks like it includes a camera.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
The right side of the device seems to include a volume rocker switch and a slider switch for power.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
The left side of the Archos 32 seems to offer... nothing.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
The bottom edge of the Archos 32 includes a headphone jack, integrated microphone, and a USB connector.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
The top edge of the Archos 32 offers nothing but smooth plastic.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
An interior shot of the Archos 32 shows its rechargeable battery.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
A schematic of the back of the Archos 32 reveals logo placement and the text "minidroid" which speaks to both the small size of the product (seemingly in the ballpark of an iPod Touch) and the Android OS it runs.
Updated:
Photo by: FCC / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

Big stars on small screens

Smosh tells CNET what it took to make it big online

Internet sensations Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla discuss how YouTube has changed and why among all their goals, "real TV" isn't an ambition.

Hot Products