Justin, 15 Apr 2009Wait, wasn't Toshiba dead? /Shoo!but now it's back and better than ever!
Wait, wasn't Toshiba dead?
Yep the TG01 02 & 03 look very hot so far. With the snapdragon processor inside these handsets and the potential of hd video play-back I am sure they can lead the way for developers to make some of the most exciting app out there. Surely iphone is playing catch up from here on.
amazing toshiba is going to rock ..the pda segment
Where is is UMPC of is it a PHONE
I think it is to big as a phone and to small as UMPC
personally I don't see why they are packing these things SO FULL of features and power (at the least the bar ones). 4.1 in. screen?! 1 Ghz processor!? I feel its almost a waste of such power for a cell phone. The Iphone has 600 Mhz underclocked to 400 Mhz and it is still capable of doing everything it can do (graphics and processing related of course). If these phones are trying to be iphone killers, they are going abuot it the wrong way. Its not the power or the screen size only that make it popular among people. But I guess these specs must appeal to many people, especially if they are going to be android. at least that amazing processing power can potentially be put to very good use through applications for Android.
Put windows XP
Ok, the TG01 is huge... that means all the K#s (with slide or clamshell keyboards)are practically notebook... lol..
why don't they just make these phones come pre-installed with android? :S
Impressive? Just another I-phone wannabe.
Really nice toshiba. The CPU these phones have brings mobile phone to a whole new level. The bar has now been raised. :)
There's also the fact the TGO2 and TGO3 seem to have WinMo 6.5 rather than 6.1.
Those slides are just bad english. I Hope they proof read before using anything officially, haha.
Must say these are really goog news.
Nice article on TG series.. good source.. keep updateing with TG series...
wow splash resistance is pretty cool...
HOW? How will the manage do all these impressive phones?
They look pretty cool i cant wait to see the specs
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