One of the hottest pieces of gear this year just made its way to retail in Japan. Less than a centimeter thick, the NTT DoCoMo T-01A is the same TG01 device revealed by Toshiba back in February running Qualcomm’s ultra-fast 1GHz Snapdragon chipset. As such, our far east brethren can lay claim to that 4.1-inch [...]
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June 22nd, 2009 · No Comments
Panasonic Rules Japanese the Mobile Phone Gaming industry… and Potentially Match the iPhone’s Supremacy
May 21st, 2009 · No Comments
Outside Japan the iPhone is the leading 3G gaming mobile device, but in Japan, manufacturers like Panasonic fear no shame with potentially equal or better looking mobile phone games.
Today Panasonic organized a press conference to group in one event all handsets announced yesterday by both Softbank and DoCoM.
September 24th, 2008 · No Comments
Today NTT DoCoMo and technology partners Sharp and Nissan rolled out the first mobile phone that has an integrated Intelligent Key in it. The Intelligent Key can be used to unlock a car, and also to start the engine. Nissan has already built a number of cars that can use the Intelligent Key system. The [...]
April 7th, 2008 · No Comments
TOKYO (Reuters) - After a decade as the dominant provider, NTT DoCoMo Inc can no longer say it provides most Japanese with their mobile phones, March figures show, with smaller rivals grabbing share in a fierce fight ahead of the start of the academic and business year.
DoCoMo, the mobile wing of former telephone monopoly Nippon [...]
March 26th, 2008 · No Comments
Just when you thought the 7.2Mbps downlink speeds of HSDPA (which are usually only available in limited number of urban areas) was impressive, NTT DoCoMo have revealed that they’ve recorded a 250Mbps downlink using the new Super 3G technology they’ve been trialing in Yokosuka, Japan since February. Super 3G, which is also known as [...]
March 23rd, 2008 · 2 Comments
The FCC site has posted documentation on a new mobile phone by LG Electronics – KE520. This is a slider phone with an integrated camera, an FM-tuner and a microSD slot, 3G networks and Bluetooth wireless technology. The main peculiarity about this phone is that it can work in iMode networks, in particular, in domestic [...]
March 4th, 2008 · 1 Comment
Mitsubishi Electric is calling it quits after 25 years in the mobile phone field due to a competitive market and discriminating and demanding consumers, and will focus instead on more general communication-related business, according to the company. Mitsubishi is taking immediate steps, stopping launches of newly developed models and cutting off its supply — about [...]
February 25th, 2008 · No Comments
Made by Panasonic for DoCoMo, the P905i is a 3G/GSM/GPS phone featuring a 1seg TV tuner, Viera image processing (same technology as on Panasonic’s PDP TV including the PEAKS engine) on a beautiful 3.5 inches screen rocking a nice 854×480px resolution and 1gb of built-in memory to record the television for example.
This phone was clearly [...]
January 9th, 2008 · No Comments
Among five new additions to the LiMo Foundation are Chinese manufacturer Huawei and Trolltech, the Linux developers who last year launched the open-source Green Phone, bringing the total to 23 companies. In addition South Korea’s ETRI, a national R+D lab have joined the efforts. Although these new companies are relatively small, the LiMo Foundation was [...]
December 20th, 2007 · No Comments
According to Digitimes Research, camera lenses with optical zoom will become a standard feature for 5-megapixel camera phones. In addition auto focus will become an integral part of such phones. Recently, Japan’s operator NTT DoCoMo has announced Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot SO905iCS with a 5-megapixel camera, 3x optical zoom and auto focus. Digitimes Research reports that [...]
December 18th, 2007 · No Comments
According to the Wall Street Journal Asia, Jobs and Co are in Japan working out the details for a domestic iPhone launch. It’s no surprise then that Jobs was rumored to have just met with NTT DoCoMo’s president, Masao Nakamur, to discuss the deal with the largest carrier in the world’s second-largest economy. As usual, [...]
December 12th, 2007 · No Comments
The FCC site has posted documents on a new HTC device mentioned as NEON100. Taking into account the scheme, the product is a version of HTC Touch. Most likely the modification is designed for Japan’s operator NTT DoCoMo. However tests report about WCDMA Band V (850 MHz), mainly used in North America, while Band VI [...]
November 21st, 2007 · 3 Comments
Japan’s operator NTT DoCoMo has reported it will launch the CTG-001G GPS-handset for corporate customers from December 7 on.
This device is specially designed for car use and car location. The info is received by the integrated GPS-module (it supports AGPS – location beyond GPS satellites direct vision) and then transferred to the customer via FOMA [...]
November 18th, 2007 · No Comments
Here’s a look at the “new” phones that NTT Docomo will soon put on sale!
This slider phone is made by Mitsubishi Electric and features a 3.1 inch TFT screen (480×864), a 3.2 MPx camera with AutoFocus, a motion control system plus the usual things. Dimensions and weight are 110×49×18.7mm and 132g. The battery can last [...]
November 13th, 2007 · No Comments
Nokia is certainly taking its role in the Japanese market seriously with the NM705i cellphone which is available exclusively to NTT DoCoMo customers. Designed to work on the FOMA (WCDMA 2100MHz) network and WCDMA 800/850 network, this quad-band GSM phone will be able to function just about anywhere else in the world. Features include an [...]