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3GSM LIVE: Toshiba to launch 2 Windows Mobile Devices
Posted by Arne Hess - on Sunday, 11.02.07 - 22:49:42 CET under 01 - 3GSM Live - Viewed 9652x
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Following the earlier posting, it looks like Toshiba isn't launching only one but two new Windows Mobile devices. Beside the Windows Mobile Standard (Smartphone) smartphone, it looks like Toshiba also has a HTC Hermes competitor in the pipeline, with slide-out keyboard and - as sources indicated - a wide screen 16:9-like display?
Also it looks like this Windows Mobile Professional device is UMTS (most likely HSDPA) as well (at least it looks like to have a front facing camera as well):

No further information available yet but I'm sure we will see and hear more tomorrow - latest after the Microsoft press conference. Stay tuned for more information.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Mike_111 on 12.02.07 - 01:16:06

It's a HTC Hermes competitor with very similar specs (HSDPA, 2 Megapixel, no GPS, keyboard) but with a 3" WVGA Display (like Toshiba 911T and W52T) and a fingerprint sensor.

Posted by Thomas Wolfram on 12.02.07 - 04:25:12

Hi Arne,

check out the pics here:

This seems to be the source. I guess you can go over to the Toshiba booth yourself. smile


Posted by Arne Hess on 12.02.07 - 21:42:21

Hello? Who want's to leave the::unwired if you get everything here? wink

[selfurl=]3GSM LIVE: Toshiba to launch the D900 Windows Mobile Professional smartphone[/selfurl]
[selfurl=]3GSM LIVE: Toshiba to launch the D500 Windows Mobile Standard smartphone[/selfurl]

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