Hands-on with Toshiba G900

Hands-on with Toshiba G900
In February, Toshiba announced two phones running on Windows Mobile OS, which characterizes them as smartphones. They are both under the Portege label, which is used by Toshiba also for some of their portable computers. We’ve already published the G500's review  and will soon post one of the G900, but here is our hands-on experience with it.

The G900 is a huge smartphone but this is excused thanks to the side-sliding QWERTY which feels just as good as it looks is and by the display. The G900 packs monsterous display with size of 3 inches and resolution of 800x480 pixels! It is very good and gives the WM6 for PPC OS a better look. Browsing on it is way more comfortable than on a QVGA.

The G900 has HSDPA 3.6Mbps and WiFi which allows it to connect to the internet with fast speed. Combining it with the QWERTY and the display, it is perfect for both internet browsing and messaging.

Expect our in-depth review of the Toshiba Portege G900 soon!


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