MWC 2008: Toshiba's Portégé G810 smartphone announced

Gadget Shows, Mobile phones, Mobile World Congress 2008

<img style=”margin:5px; float: left; alt=”toshiba%20g810%20copy%202.jpg” src=”” width=”165″ height=”359″ />Spanning laptops and mobile phones, Toshiba is adding to their Portégé range with the G810 touchscreen handset. Yes, you’ve heard the model number ‘G810’ before – Samsung announced a handset by the same name today at MWC, and LG released the KG810 clamshell back in October of last year.

Running on Windows Mobile 6, it’s got HSDPA and HSUPA support, integral for the push email and web-browsing WM6 is renowned for, alongside Office Mobile applications and Windows Media Player. The camera has a 3-megapixel sensor, with photos viewable on the 2.8″ QVGA touchscreen, and can be saved on the internal 256MB memory, or through the microSD slot.

Still rolling out the features, it also has GPS capabilities.

Expect it to become available in late Spring across Europe.

Toshiba Mobile

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