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June 19, 2007

My Next Phone: Toshiba G900

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This phone looks awesome!

  • 3 inch 800x480 screen - Can show a full web page without zooming
  • Slide out QWERTY keyboard
  • Touch-screen
  • Password entered via Fingerprint Reader (also doubles as 4-way direction pad)
  • Uses Windows Mobile 6 Professional
  • 2 Megapixel rear camera and a front facing camera for video conferencing
  • WiFi and Bluetooth
  • Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Opera Web Browser and Internet Explorer
  • About the size of a Motorola Q, but thicker (119 x 61 x 21.5 mm,
  • Works with Microsoft Exchange (wirelessly syncs your email/calendar/contacts/task list...no need to connect to a desktop and sync)

Not sure when it is coming out and who will offer it, but this is the phone I want!

Comments (5)

Could you post a better picture? I'm having trouble finding the Apple logo...

Even though Apple has a long, proud history of providing innovative mobile phones, they are not the first!

Although I do agree that when the iPhone came out 3 years ago, it caused quite a stir and changed the way phones worked forever. Ever since that day I have hated buttons and have longed for an interface that could not be operated by touch alone, but required vision as well.


From http://www.engadgetmobile.com/category/toshiba/

Update: Sorry to break hearts here, but it appears that this particular variant of the G900 isn't even remotely bound for US shores; besides failing to support WCDMA 850 / 1900, it doesn't even offer GSM 850.

The phone is triband (900/1800/1900). So you should be able to use it with AT&T Mobile or T-Mobile.


All I have to say is--VERY NICE!

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