Toshiba Portege G500 Review
In February, the manufacturer clearly stated its ambition to take a piece of the European market, by introducing the newly created smartphones from the Portege series, a brand name of one of the portable computer lines. This way Toshiba uses one of the lines many customers are accustomed to, to advertise its phones as pocket-computers with phone capabilities built-in. The first two announced models have similar idea behind them, but are targeted to slightly different groups: both use Windows Mobile but the one is a version for non-touch screens, while the other is bigger and have touch-sensitive display.
The retail box includes the phone itself, a charger with detachable cable, stereo headset and miniUSB cable for PC synchronization.