Subscribe to the::unwired's RSS Feedthe::unwired at Twitterthe::unwired on Facebookthe::unwired on Google Plus
the::unwired Article
3GSM LIVE: Toshiba to launch the G900 Windows Mobile Professional smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 12.02.07 - 17:41:52 CET under 01 - 3GSM Live - Viewed 13755x
Not Tagged

Toshiba's first device, unveiled at 3GSM Congress in Barcelona, is the G900 Windows Mobile Professional smartphone. A Triband 3G enabled PDA style mobile with a full keyboard and a stunning, high resolution 3" WVGA display – the largest in its class. For all its exceptional functionality and globe-trotting connectivity, the G900's design is brilliantly understated – quiet, sleek, superior.
Fingerprint security, fingertip control The fingerprint sensor uses biometric technology to ensure that the G900 is secured against unauthorized access.
The same sensor can be used to navigate the phone's menus at the touch of a finger. If you use a Bluetooth notebook PC, it can be locked and unlocked due to its proximity to your G900, up to a radius of approximately 10m.

The quality of the 3 inch wide screen is simply breathtaking and gives you the best available mobile internet experience. On board, there are two cameras: a 2 megapixel camera with digital zoom to capture images in perfect detail; video clips can be captured and played back with great picture and sound quality and there's a secondary camera for handling video calls.


The G900 offers you the latest Windows Mobile 6 tools plus support for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and PDF documents. And with support for Bluetooth, WiFi and USB, you're ready for action wherever you are. What's more, the G900 can via Bluetooth or WiFi be used both as a remote keypad and screen for your PC – so you can remotely control a presentation and send and receive messages whilst using a PC. The G900 carries 64 MB of internal memory: you can always use the optional miniSD card to increase it to 2 GB. You can also read and write to a USB memory stick with the G900 – that's flexibility, built-in.

Connectivity is second nature with the G900: it's powerful enough to retrieve e-mails quickly with or without attachments, handle superb quality video streaming and fast downloading of video clips. You can also get full multimedia messaging, high-speed color internet access and, support for Microsoft's Direct Push technology. And with VoIP, you can make voice calls using a broadband internet connection instead of a regular landline.

If you like to work hard, you probably like to play hard too. Your favorite music is easy to copy from your PC to the G900 using the Windows Media Player Mobile platform. The G900's high quality MP3 player means you can get the most and the best from your music – in between meetings, of course.

The Toshiba G900 can be expected across Europe early 2nd quarter 2007; a price wasn't given yet.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
Related Links

Related Articles 3GSM LIVE

Comments
Posted by MarcTGFG on 12.02.07 - 18:18:14

Hi Arne, have you spotted the TRL key at the right end of the keyboard?
This would be the first Pocket PC featuring this key, right? Finally one
can copy and paste like on a PC. Hooray :-)

Posted by AlesE on 14.02.07 - 22:49:26

Any news on the CPU?
And why is it saying that it only has 64MB if the screenshots show 128MB?

Social Sharing
     
This Week's Top Stories
Feeds & More
Awards & More
Recent Discussions
© Copyright 1998 - 2013 by the::unwired® & Arne Hess
All rights reserved!
the::unwired is a registered trademark of Arne Hess.
All trademarks are owned by their respective companies.
All site video, graphic and text content is copyrighted to the respective party and may not be reproduced without express written consent.