It has become a tradition with many Japan’s handset makers to give names of big TV brands to mobile displays and phone image processing systems. For example, Toshiba has equipped its new 921T handset (announced yesterday by SoftBank operator) with a widescreen OLED display called “REGZA”.
This clamshell phone has a waterproof shell, which complies with IPX5, IPX7 standards. Its hinge display can be revolving in two directions. The 921T comes with a TV-tuner receiving “one-segment” digital TV-programs, specially designed for mobile devices.
The short specs of Toshiba 921T:
- National networks only - W-CDMA with HSPDA (up to 3.6 Mbps)
- Dimensions: 51×106x19.4 mm
- Weight: 132 g
- Display: 2.8” widescreen, 240×400 pixels
- microSD cards (up to 2 GB)
- Main camera: 3.24-megapixel, auto focus, image stabilizer
- Camera for video calls: CMOS, 320-kpix
- Connectivity: Bluetooth (stereo sound), IrDA
- Navigation and payment services
- Terrestrial TV programs