Making a large step from a regular WinMo PocketPC to a heavily armored MID (Mobile Internet Device), Toshiba today launched the TG01 PocketPC. Packed with a 4.1" WVGA screen and measuring only 9.9 mm, the Toshiba TG01 certainly sounds like an impressive device, if not revolutionary.
The Toshiba TG01 is the first device in the world to run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon platform, which is powered by a 1GHz mobile CPU and hosts GSM, HSPDA, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity all on one chipset. The CPU has dynamic speed control and Toshiba and Qualcomm claim it'll go for a whole day without recharging.
First off, it's the huge display - a 4.1-inch large touchscreen display has a WVGA resolution (800 x 480 pixels) and it's certainly the biggest one we've seen on a GSM mobile phone.
The Toshiba TG01 also packs unprecedented size for its hardware capabilities - it's only 9.9 millimeters thick. The device is obviously quite wide and tall but that's mostly because of the display as there are hardly any hardware buttons to take up place - even the receiver keys have become part of the user interface present throughout the whole UI.
The connectivity section of the Toshiba TG01 includes HSPA and Wi-Fi plus a GPS receiver with A-GPS functionality. The internal storage is "only" 512 MB but you get a microSDHC card slot with support for up to 32GB.
The TG01 also comes with support for DivX video, and finally, the Toshiba TG01 makes use of a built-in 3.2 megapixel camera.
The OS chosen to power the Toshiba TG01 is Windows Mobile 6.1
comparision with iphone
well if you ask me its quite nice but a bit too big and well the screen didnt work good lol he pressed the same place 4 times