Toshiba Portege G500 Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone photoview

“The Toshiba Portege G500 is Toshiba’s first Windows Mobile Smartphone sporting Windows Mobile 5.0 for Smartphone only (unfortunately) and features a slider design. The device features triband GSM/GPRS/EDGE (no GSM 850 MHz support) and singleband UMTS/HSDPA (2100 MHz only) as well as WiFi b/g and Bluetooth 1.2. In addition it features two cameras – the main camera on the back which supports 2 megapixel and a front facing QVGA camera on the front which is used for UMTS video-telephony. The Portege G500 provides a unique and enhanced level of security through fingerprint recognition. The fingerprint sensor can also be used to navigate the phone’s menu and to lock the device. First of all, let us start with the traditional photo view of the device:” Check more photos here:

Samsung SCH i760 Spotted on Verizon Website

“The Samsung SCH-i760 pocket PC phone was approved by FCC a few months ago, more exactly in April, and the current rumors tell us that the phone was currently seen at the Verizon Wireless website, but unfortunately there is no real evidence besides the screen shot that you can see on the image.Anyhow, the Samsung SCH-i760 features Windows Mobile 6 as the operative system and provides the ability to run Microsoft Office and to open its different format files such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint. It has a “big” sliding keyboard that comes in QWERTY style so you can type easier.Other features of the upcoming Verizon Wireless cellphone include WiFi, a 1.3 megapixel camera to shoot photos and record videos, offers portrait and landscape modes, and also a stylus pen. The only thing left to do is wait and see when does Verizon adds the SCH-i760 to their catalog, which should be in the real near future.” via

Treo 700w/wx 1.22 Update for Verizon

“Palm today has issued a new v1.22 software update for the Treo 700w and 700wx on Verizon Wireless. The update brings a number of new features including native A2DP support, for Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, High-speed dial up networking over USB and Bluetooth, Today screen improvements and hands-free enhancements. Palm says the Treo 700w/wx Updater v1.22 is designed to update your device while preserving your data. However in some instances, user set preferences may not be retained after updating. The update is only intended for Verizon models. It can be performed via a desktop computer running Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, or Windows Vista. It also requires ActiveSync 4.2 and 4MB of Program Memory & 4MB of Storage Memory available on your Treo. On the Treo 700w, this update features: High-speed dial up networking (DUN) – use your Treo smartphone as a wireless modem for fast web access virtually anywhere1. Supports USB and Bluetooth connections. Advanced audio support (A2DP) – listen to the clear sounds of high-definition audio with new support for Bluetooth stereo headsets. Today Screen enhancements – one-touch access to the Speakerphone and Mute control buttons gives you more freedom than ever. Hands-free enhancements – Drive safely and work more efficiently. Get support for even more Bluetooth carkits and the Palm wired carkit. Abbreviated dialing preferences – save time with the international dialing prefix and abbreviated dialing for campus environments. On the 700wx, this update features: Update Registry settings for Bluetooth stereo headsets (A2DP) and Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking (DUN) support. DUN performance improvements. Additional Daylight Savings Time features. ” via