Archive for July, 2011
The new F-07C phone has two modes of operation – one which gives users all we’ve come to expect from a modern smartphone, and another that launches a full version of Windows 7 to offer personal computing in the palm of your hand. Fujitsu has launched what is claimed to be the world’s smallest Windows PC / smartphone. It’s powered by an Intel Atom processor, has system memory and solid state storage, and benefits from a slide-out tactile keyboard.
Designer: Heyon You
Nokia phone with a 5 megapixel camera, 3G support and a powerful front camera as well. The icons on the phone use LED lighting in various colors, allowing the user to navigate even when the lighting conditions are unfit. This model keeps the classic answer and end call buttons, plus volume and camera keys.
The design uses a crossover between a strong, chiselled shape and a soft, pillow-like back surface to achieve this hybrid personality. Additional requests for a bigger battery, integrated kickstand, 4G antenna system and bigger speakers made the phone look thicker than desirable.
Coming in at 0.5-in (13 mm) thick, Motorola is calling its new device the world’s thinnest smartphone with a physical full QWERTY keyboard. Motorola has officially unveiled the successor to the DROID 2 with the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) powered DROID 3. Powered by a dual-core 1GHz TI OMAP4 CPU with 512 MB of RAM, the DROID 3′s 8-megapixel camera is equipped with autofocus and an LED flash and can record Full HD 1080p video that can be outputted to an external display via HDMI.
The portable power source is said to be capable of extending an iPhone 4′s up time by as much as 600 percent, and it has enough juice to fully charge an iPad 2. The unit itself has bright LED capacity and power indicators, and a lifespan of 500 recharge cycles.
This is a new bread of micro 4:3 type of camera that can come out in the very near future. Technically it is feasible to create such device; merging the processing power of mobile smartphone and standalone camera sensors and lenses.
Apart from added functionality, the miniature touchpad will also change the way things are designed, which means thanks to its tiny form factor, certain gadgets or devices will cease the need to be so big, tablets and smartphones will also be able to start seeing bigger screens, and not worry about needing extra room for hard keys.
iPhone nano will come in black and white, with 8, 16 or 32GB of internal memory, an Apple A5 dual core chip and 8 megapixel camera. The control area from the handset’s top side is very interesting and certainly a nice idea, so you won’t have to use the controls from the unlock screen thus saving power. The new model is a tinier handset with iOS 5 on board and a Retina display. There’s also 4G LTE support on the list, a slimmer design, improved speaker sound and iPod control soft buttons.
Powered by a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor with each core running at 1GHz, 1GB of RAM and with 16GB of built-in memory the device will come with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) pre-installed. When the Motorola Photon 4G debuts through Sprint later this month it will be Motorola’s first WiMAX smartphone and Sprint’s first international 4G smartphone that is capable of working on GSM networks around the world.