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Toshiba prepares new G900-series cellphones

updated 01:35 pm EST, Mon December 17, 2007

Toshiba G910 & G920

While generally unknown for its cellphones, Toshiba is expanding its effors with the G910 and G920, both successors to the initial G900. Recent FCC filings reveal that the phones differ significantly in shape and appearance: whereas the 900 had a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the new models are clamshells, and have much smoother button surfaces. The phones do however share Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in common, and as well as tri-band GSM, which may limit the phone to being sold unlocked in the US.

The phones also appear to have front and rear cameras, taking advantage of WCDMA broadband. Internally, an unknown Qualcomm processor is being used, and whatever internal memory may exist is being supplemented by microSD cards. No release dates have been mentioned, but if it launches in the States it will likely ship in the next few months. [via the::unwired]

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