Roadmap Toshiba 2009/10:communicators TG02, TG03, K01, K02 and MID L01

 
April 15, 2009, 1:58 pm

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roadmap toshiba 2009/10:communicators tg02, tg03, k01, k02 and mid l01   Surprising mobile world as one of the best WM-communicators TG01, Toshiba Company is preparing another surprise. According roadmapu company on the 2009-2010 biennium, the Japanese manufacturer of electronics is going to release two more models in this series - TG02 and TG03. New items, as well as TG01, will be built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon platform, and running Windows Mobile 6. 5 and will receive similar characteristics. The differences lie in the presence of waterproof performance for the TG02, and TG03 will boast a 5-megapixel camera, and 5. 1-channel acoustics.
In addition, the company plans to release two more devices on the same platform with the QWERTY-keyboard - K01 and K02. Toshiba K01 will be done in the slider form factor with 4 1-inch display and 3, 2-megapixel camera.
The display of the K02 will be smaller - 3, 1 inch, which probably reflects folding performance.
By early 2010, Toshiba plans to release MID L01 with a 7-inch display and unstrap QWERTY-keyboard. Internet tablet with a 3G module will be built on the platform as Qualcomm that are running Windows Mobile 6. 5.

 

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