Toshiba usually connects home entertainment systems and computers, but unknown to many is that they also produce mobile phones.
The Toshiba Protégé G910 and G920, which will be released in quarter this year, are breaking Windows 6 media with smartphones and QWERTY keyboard. It measures 117 x 64 x 20 mm and weighs 183 grams that make it around the same size as the Nokia E90 (which measures 132 x 57 x 20 mm).
The smartphone looks like a laptop when it's open to show a 3 ", 800 x 480 pixel touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard. The touch screen is one of the highest resolution screens in the market, and other devices control only 320 x 240 pixels with just a few phones which controls 640 x 480 pixels.
Both handsets have built-in GPS, with the G920 device with A-GPS in comparison to the G910 standard GPS and both come with Qualcomm's gpsOneXTRA Assistance technology. Toshiba has said it will be built in the Sat Nav system, but you can add your own favorite Sat Nav package if you want too.
As mentioned before, the G910 and G920 are Windows Media 6 smartphones and come with pocket versions of the office, the Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player, along with the Opera browser. And do not worry, security is not a problem, as both devices have a built-in fingerprint reader! [1 9659002] Other features include Bluetooth 2.0, USB connection or microSD card slot (expandable up to 2GB), WiFi, EDGE, HSDPA, 2 megapixel auto-focus camera and other camera for video call. It has up to five hours of talk time and nineteen days of waiting time.
Finally we came in the look of the G910 and G920. The external phone is very low with a small screen and three control buttons. The fascia has a part leather effect closer, which certainly gives these devices a stylish feel capable of wooing your business collection!
Toshiba hopes to have both handsets out in a quarter of a year.
Source by John Gray