Saturday, April 22, 2006
Samsung T719 is the first flip phone (clampshell formfactor) which has RIM BlackBerry connect e-mail support and works on GSM/EDGE network. It has hybrid QWERTY keyboard that is licensed from Research In Motion (BlackBerry maker). T719 has color internal display and greyscale external display. Also has 1.3-megapixel camera with video recording and playback capabilities. Other features include speakerphone, speaker-independent voice control, digital media player, wirleless Web browser, voice recognition and basic PIM applications.
In US, T-Mobile is expected to launch the Samsung t719 smartphone in Late summer.
RIM BlackBerry 8700g
The RIM BlackBerry 8700g offers T-Mobile customers a robust, user-friendly messaging device and mobile phone with excellent performance.
The RIM BlackBerry 8700g offers easy email setup and adds support for popular instant-messaging clients. The quad-band 8700g also comes with an Intel processor, EDGE speeds, Bluetooth 2.0, a speakerphone, and a full QWERTY keyboard.
The Cingular 8125 features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, Windows Mobile 5, and four forms of wireless (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, EDGE, and infrared). The quad-band world phone also offers a speakerphone and extralong talk-time battery life.
The new T-Mobile MDA is a messaging powerhouse, with a full QWERTY keyboard that slides away plus GSM, GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 1.3-megapixel camera, a Mini SD expansion slot, Windows Mobile 5 and the extra speed you need to take advantage of the T-Mobile Total Internet network
Nokia 7710 widescreen smartphone
Wide (640x320-pixel) screen with pen input, up to 90 MB internal memory, 128 MB MMC card, handwriting recognition, HTML browser supports Flash 6, 1.23 megapixel carmera (1280 x 960) , music player with stereo audio, Bluetooth, audio and video playback and streaming FM/Visual Radio. Currently this toy is only available in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific, Americas will have to wait.