Toshiba Portege G900 ReviewToshiba PORTEGE G900 7
Many people have complained about the resolution used in most such phones being rather small (QVGA 240x320) as it is the same as of most middle and high end phones nowadays. People expect their hi-end smartphone to have greater technologies implemented and the screen shouldn’t be of low quality. Toshiba are manufacturing Laptops and know that a great display is a must, and in G900 they have implemented such one. The display of the G900 has 800x480 pixels resolution, which makes it stand out of the crowd. It comes as best-in-class and challenges the other manufacturers.
- Toshiba G900
- Charger with detachable cable
- miniUSB cable for PC synchronization
- USB Host cable
- Stereo headset
1. Doug (unregistered)
Mind you I just discovered this site last week and just love it, but how does this phone get a 9.5 rating in connectivity when it only connects on one band in the USA, and then no high speed data? Perhaps the editors could consider splitting connectivity ratings between Europe, Asia, and the USA with different numbers for each? Oh, and is just me, or is the USA still waiting for a fast 3G data phone with a screen big enough to actually surf the real web? QVGA just doesn't cut it, and I was waiting for this review hoping this was the phone that would do it, but I'm disappointed again.
2. Yuval Attar (unregistered)
there is no way it lasts ... how did they say it ? ... "A single charge of its 1,320mAh battery lasted about two days of use. It is rated for up to 160 minutes when used in a 3G network and 265 minutes when connected to just a GSM network" it last only 5 hours when no one talks with it.
3. elbweb (unregistered)
The times quoted above are talk time, not standby...
|Display||3.0 inches, 480 x 800 pixels (311 ppi) TFT|
Single core, 512 MHz, Marvell PXA270 processor
128 MB RAM
|Size||4.68 x 2.40 x 0.84 inches|
(119 x 61 x 21.5 mm)
6.98 oz (198 g)
|Battery||1320 mAh, 4.33 hours talk time|