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The phone with the futuristic QWERTY keyboard was formerly known as the BlackBerry Knight. The handset will be available from Porsche Design stores later this year and there is speculation that the price tag will be a very Porsche-like $2,000. The device offers solid construction, for one thing with a forged stainless steel frame, leather back, and a sculpted QWERTY keyboard. The model is equipped with a exclusive Porsche Design UI and a Wikitude World Browser augmented reality app. Each unit of the P’9981 gets a premium PIN that allows the user of the device to find another P’9981 user in a crowd. Other specs include a single-core 1.2GHz processor, HD video capture and 8GB of native storage that can be pumped up to 40GB using a microSD card. The phone is NFC enabled and has BlackBerry 7 OS on board. That means the phone has the second-generation WebKit browser and includes the fast and smooth liquid graphics.
Running Android 2.3, the DoublePlay is equipped with a main 3.5-inch screen and a sliding 2-inch sub display dividing the QWERTY keyboard into two parts. T-Mobile will soon offer an unusual dual-touchscreen Android-based smartphone, in the form of LG DoublePlay. Along with its dual touchscreens, the DoublePlay comes with an LED flash-equipped 5-megapixel camera, 720p video recording, and processing provided by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU. The DoublePlay’s screens can operate either simultaneously or separately, which “allows users to perform multiple tasks at once such as updating their Facebook pages while simultaneously surfing the Web, texting or checking email,” LG says.
The PRO has a 1 GHz processor, 4 GB of internal storage (which can be expanded to 32 GB), a 3.1-inch 640 x 480 Gorilla Glass display, and a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash. The PRO+ features both a physical and touchscreen QWERTY keyboard, and runs on the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) platform. Other features include a compass, accelerometer, light and proximity sensors. Connectivity is made possible through the phone’s 3G Mobile HotSpot capabilities, which allow it to communicate with up to five other Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
The Nokia 950 concept phone, possibly featuring Mango OS and giving us a QWERTY keyboard to interact with. Alberto Pietrobon decided to borrow the Nokia E6 design and implement Windows Phone on it, for a result that easily fits in the touch and type segment. With a single core 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8/16GB of storage and a 5MP camera.