HTC Drops New User Interface Into Touch
Jun 5, 2007, 8:56 AM by (staff)
The Touch, announced by HTC today, is a Windows Mobile 6 smartphone that uses a new 3D user interface called TouchFLO. The new touchscreen technology allows users to interact with the screen by sweeping their fingers or stylus across the screen. From the homescreen users will find one-touch access to applications such as email and text messages. The screen will be able to differentiate between a finger or stylus. The screen measures 2.8 inches with 240 by 320 resolution. The Touch is a tri-band 900/1800/1900 GSM/EDGE device and also includes Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, a 2 megapixel camera and a microSD slot. It comes in black or lime green and will be available in North America in the second half of 2007.
Hands On with the LG Stylus 2, X cam and X screen
LG has a handful of new phones on display in Barcelona that are not the G5. The Stylus 2, X cam, and X screen round out the middle of LG's profile and are interesting smartphones in their own right.
Microsoft Testing Advanced Pre-Touch Sensing On Phones
Microsoft recently demonstrated new touchscreen technology that can anticipate users' actions and call up different controls, options, or menus to suit the current task. Pre-touch sensing helps the phone determine how the user is gripping the phone, as well as where the user's fingers are approaching the display.
LG Debuts Third-Generation Stylus Smartphone
LG has unwrapped the Stylus 3 as an early gift this holiday season, to be called the Stylo 3 in the U.S. LG said it improved the writing experience of the Stylo 3 thanks to a 1.8mm tip on the stylus and improved screen feedback for a more natural feel.
LG's Pen-Equipped Phone Earns a Sequel in the Stylus 2
LG today showed off another new handset ahead of Mobile World Congress, the Stylus 2, a second act for last year's G4 Stylus. LG says the new stylus pen is more accurate thanks to a nano coating at the tip.
YotaPhone's Improved Dual-Screen Smartphone Goes On Sale
YotaPhone today announced the availability of the YotaPhone 2, a smartphone that has a traditional display on one side and an e-ink display on the other. The YotaPhone 2, which was first revealed in February of this year, is meant to help people access and read content while preserving battery life.
I knew this would happen.....
First Impressions & 850MHz support
http://reviews.cnet.com/smartphones/htc-touch/4505-6 ... »
Also, "A version for the Americas with the requisite 850MHz support is planned for the second half of the year and should receive its pricing through individual carriers."