Toshiba Unveils TG02 and K01 Handsets at MWC

Both with 1GHz processors and capacitive touchscreens

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Computer maker Toshiba unveiled today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona two new mobile phones, the TG02 and K01, both of which come to the market with fast 1GHz processors inside, as well as with high-quality capacitive touchscreens. According to the company, the new devices are added to its mobile handset range of capacitive touch-enabled handsets, which already includes the TG01 Windows phone.

The new TG02 comes with the super-slim form factor the Toshiba TG01 Windows phone included, and can prove a great option for all those looking for a high-quality entertainment device while on the go. The phone includes a 4.1-inch VGA capacitive touchscreen, while being only 9.9mm slim, though it is capable of providing users with a rich experience.

“A newly designed and highly-intuitive 3D menu system on the TG02 makes it easy for users to browse though the handset and access a range of entertainment features. Based on the very latest Windows Mobile 6.5 platform, the TG02 enhances the user experience with its quick and easy operation. An internal 1GHz processor also makes the TG02 an ideal device for Internet browsing, enabling users to quickly access and load websites or stream content,” the company notes.

As for the second new handset from Toshiba, the K01, it comes as a stylish, powerful and easy to use media device, which also features great messaging capabilities via the QWERTY keyboard Toshiba has packed it with. The phone's touchscreen display is as large as the one on TG02, but this is the first-ever Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display Toshiba includes in one of its mobile phones, not to mention that the slim form factor is still there, as K01 measures only 12.9mm front to back.

“The new user interface lets users quickly browse to their favourite features, saving time and making the mobile experience more enjoyable. The K01 also features a fast 1GHz processer and storage can be expanded up to 32GB using microSDHC cards, allowing users to store their favourite movies, music and games with plenty of room to spare,” Toshiba states. The company has the two handsets, along with other devices, on display at the MWC show in Barcelona.

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By    15 Feb 2010, 13:34 GMT