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UNVEILED: Toshiba has another Smartphone in works
Posted by Arne Hess - on Saturday, 07.03.09 - 18:14:54 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 13243x
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There's absolutely no confirmation that this might be another Windows Mobile smartphone from Toshiba but chances are really good that Toshiba's latest hero Windows Phone, the TG01, might not be the last one. According to the GCF, Toshiba recently received approvals for two mobile phones: the already known "TG01" and one phone the GCF calls "To Be Advised". As a matter of fact Toshiba's intention must be not to unveil too much information yet, otherwise the company would have given the name to the GCF.

However, a deeper look into the phone specs of the yet unnamed phone and a comparison with the TG01 shows that both phones are sporting the same wireless features:

Both phones are quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE as well as singleband WCDMA at 2100 MHz with enhanced support of HSDPA and HSUPA. Furthermore both devices are claimed to support (web) browsing.
While the TG01 has the GCF number 1706, the yet unknown device seems to be even newer by having number 1715.
As I said earlier, there is absolutely no proof yet that the yet unknown mobile phone is a Windows Mobile phone but it would makes sense if the TG01, with all of its innovations, wouldn't be Toshiba's only Windows Phone for the next time. On the other hand it also could be a Google Android phone (since Toshiba is also a member of the Open Handset Alliance) and might share the TG01's features but running Android instead of Windows Mobile?

Cheers ~ Arne


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