Specifications of Toshiba Portege G910 and G920

“PDAdb has posted the specs of Toshiba Portege G910 and G920 (not yet officially announced). We’ve recently mentioned that the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the devices. The FCC site hasn’t posted little info, however due to the leakage we’ve got almost full specs. But the sources didn’t explain the difference between two models. This time PDAdb gives us the idea of it. The Portege G920 is equipped with an integrated GPS-receiver, while the G910 lacks it. In addition the G920 supports miniSDHC cards (up to 32 GB). Toshiba Portege G910 and G920 will come out in March 2008, says the source.The rest specs of Toshiba Portege G910 and G920: Standards – GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900/1800/1900 MHz, UMTS/HSDPA 2100 MHz OS – Windows Mobile 6 Professional Display – 3” touchscreen 800×480 pixels, 65K colors Chipset – Qualcomm MSM7200 (528 MHz) 256 MB ROM and 128 MB RAM Interface – USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0 Wireless – Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g Camera – 3.1-megapixel and frontal VGA Slot – miniSD/SDIO Battery – Li-Ion 1320 mAh Dimensions – 115x74x22 mm” via mobile-review.com

LG KS20 Windows Mobile Smartphone to hit the USA as LG MS25

“LG’s KS20 Windows Mobile 6 Professional smartphone (see our previous review here) caught some attraction since it is a stylish Prada phone look-alike Windows Mobile Pocket PC phone, featuring GSM/HSDPA, Bluetooth and Wifi.And wow, as the FCC recently unveiled, it looks like LG is cooking a U.S. version with adopted support for North American frequencies as well. According to the FCC, GSM/EDGE at 850/1900 MHz is confirmed as well as Bluetooth and the user manual also mentions WiFi. However, neither tested/certified nor confirmed is UMTS or HSDPA, even if this is one of the highlights of the European version.While MS25 should become the U.S. version of the KS20, LG sent a test device with the European Vodafone design to the FCCIt’s not yet clear what the final design of the LG MS20 will be but for sure it won’t feature the Vodafone logo. A release date isn’t given yet.” via theunwired.net