Motorola Announces HSDPA RAZR Prototype
Feb 1, 2006, 9:54 AM by (staff)
Motorola and NTT DoCoMo today announced a jointly-developed prototype HSDPA phone capable of 3.6 Mbps downlink, the maximum possible data rate for current HSDPA networks. The phone is based on the RAZR V3x, Motorola's new flagship 3G phone which recently started shipping in Europe. DoCoMo today also announced prototype HSDPA phones from Fujitsu and NEC, also supporting the 3.6 Mbps data rate. Initial HSDPA phones expected for Cingular will only support 1.8 Mbps. DoCoMo plans to launch HSDPA in Japan this summer.
Motorola Turns to Indiegogo to Kickstart Moto Mods Development
Motorola today said it has partnered with crowd-funding service Indiegogo in order to improve the selection of Moto Mods for its Z-series smartphones. Motorola is encouraging creators to share their Moto Mods ideas through its Moto Mods Developer contest.
Synaptics Shrinks Fingerprint Sensors
At CES this week, Synaptics is demonstrating a new generation of smaller fingerprint sensors that offer the ease and reliability of a touch sensor in the space of a swipe-style sensor. The company has a prototype working in a Samsung Galaxy S5.
Sharp Develops 4K Smartphone Display Prototype
Sharp has engineered a 4K (Ultra HD) screen for smartphones. The prototype measures 5.5 inches across the diagonal and includes 3860 x 2160 pixels, giving it a pixel density of 806 pixels per inch.
Motorola's Moto E4 Hits Verizon Prepaid June 22
Motorola today said its recently announced Moto E4 smartphone will go on sale June 22 in the U.S. The handset will be sold by Verizon Wireless Prepaid online for $70.
i wish docomo sat on cingulars board
if they sat on cingulars board like the did at&t we would of been had 3g launched and running in full motion.