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MWC LIVE: Toshiba announces the new Portégé G810 Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 11.02.08 - 13:40:25 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 32323x
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Okay, the previously unveiled Toshiba smartphone isn't the Portégé G710 but the new Portégé G810 which Toshiba Information Systems announced today at the Mobile World Congress 2008. It's said to be the perfect device for those users that need to be fully functional whilst mobile. Whether it is to keep in touch with the office and friends, browse the web, share photos and videos or just trying to get from A to B on time – the Portégé G810 is a fitting phone for those who like to have it all. It also has a new and enhanced user interface and with the stylish touch screen it's both simple and easy to use.

The Portégé G810 is the ideal mobile-working device. With Windows Mobile the user has access to the Microsoft Office Mobile applications they need to carry on working whilst out and about, and with push E-Mail they can read and respond to E-Mails immediately.

The Portégé.G810 is also the perfect personal device for socializing and having fun. With support for both HSDPA and HSUPA the user can surf the web and download and upload pictures and videos captured on the 3 mega-pixel camera at broadband speeds. Windows Media Player Mobile and a high quality 65K color screen, brings entertainment on the move, whether it's viewing video clips or photos or just listening to some favorite tunes.

The large 2.83" QVGA touch screen and the enhanced user interface make the experience of navigation and access to applications simple and easy. The G810's large screen also ensures the user can see more information with less scrolling, helping to bring the ideal web 2.0 and Windows Mobile experience in the palm of the hand. The built-in GPS and A-GPS function also allows the user to map out location and directions from A to B in seconds, perfect for the busy traveler trying to find their way in a city or new town/country.

The design of the Portégé G810 is both sleek and slim, being only 14 mm thin and available in a stylish black mirror finish it is perfect for even the most discerning user. The G810 also has all the usual functions and features expected such as MMS, SMS and FM radio, and with full connectivity to GSM/GPRS/EDGE and 3G as well as support for Bluetooth, WiFi and a micro SD card up to 4 GB, it is easy and simple to keep in touch.

Portégé G810 Features

  • Platform: Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
  • Processor : Qualcomm MSM7200 (400 MHz)
  • Band : 850/900/1800/1900 for GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/1900/2100
  • UMTS/HSDPA (3.6 Mbps)/HSUPA (2 Mbps)
  • Navigation : Built-in GPS & A-GPS
  • Interface : Bluetooth v2.0, USB v2.0, WiFi 802.11 b/g, FM Radio with RDS
  • Size : 58 x110 x 14 mm
  • Weight : 120 g
  • Display : QVGA (320 x 240), 65K colors, TFT, 2.83"
  • Camera : 3 megapixel, autofocus
  • Memory : 256 MB ROM / 128 MB RAM, micro SD slot up to 4 GB
  • Battery : 1,530 mAh
  • Standby: up to 200 hours
  • Talktjme: up to 4hours

The Portégé G810 will be available across Europe in Q2 2008, a price wasn't given today.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by boe on 11.02.08 - 23:43:26

This is a nice looking phone - feel free to wake me up if they come out with a VGA resolution version of this phone - not sure why anyone is still making QVGA phones and expecting to charge money for them.   QVGA for free pdaphones with a 2 year subscription makes sense but QVGA for a phone you pay for?

Posted by Gerard on 14.02.08 - 16:51:44

lovely phone, i wonder what the price will be...

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