Toshiba near to uncover next-gen of its powered phones

Toshiba has been striving hard to cross the current barriers around phone functionality, and now it seems that time has come to reap the benefits of these long efforts and the company is quite near to uncover its next generation powered phone.

Many have noticed the glimpses of some of Toshiba’s concept devices during CES 09 that were quite staggering for some especially because of their awesomely user-friendly formats.

A techblog has also posted a roadmap for a complete product cycle, but the thing that is really exciting for lots of cell phone enthusiasts was a 7” L10 handset that will get its juice from fuel cell as well as run on Windows Mobile 7 if it is launched during next year. Another worth –mentioning feature of it is purdy WVGA touchscreen.

The TG01 is the other leaked Tosh product that is expected to hit the shelves later this year. It is the forerunner of the TG02 with an impressive additional water resistance feature. The TG03 has a 3 channel speaker with improved multimedia performance.

It’s not all about the TG series, as there are many other amazingly slim and full of features devices including the TG01 QWERTY-keyboard version for the TG01 that has been dubbed as the K01 this time with Windows Mobile 6.5 and 15mm keyboard.

The K02 is another device which will feature a 3.5” touchscreen as well as a QWERTY keyboard with outside keypad and small screen.

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