NTT DoCoMo Intros Phone With Detachable Bluetooth Keyboard
Today NTT DoCoMo introduced 19 new phones for the Japanese market. One of the devices brings an interesting new form factor to the market. The F-04B (from DoCoMo's multimedia-focused PRIME series of devices) features a 12.1 megapixel camera main camera and a VGA secondary camera, and it supports microSD cards up to 16GB. What makes it unique is that it has what DoCoMo calls the world's first separable, two-module body. The screen portion of the phone can be separated from the keyboard portion, and the two halves can communicate via Bluetooth. It will be available in march or April of 2010.
Cricket Launches Two Galaxy Amp Handsets from Samsung
Cricket Wireless today announced the Galaxy Amp Prime and Galaxy Amp 2 (pictured), two low-cost Android smartphones from Samsung. Both devices ship with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Samsung's software customizations, such as Quick Launch for the camera.
Icon Q Debuts the Q5.5, Its First Smartphone
Icon Q today announced the Q5.5, the company's first smartphone. The device is being sold unlocked and free of contracts for $199.
Samsung Adds Galaxy A7 to A Series Lineup
Samsung today announced the Galaxy A7, the largest of the three A Series handsets. The A7 features a 5.5 inch HD Super AMOLED screen and a slim, metallic design.
HTC Intros Desire 510, A Low-Cost LTE Phone
HTC today announced the Desire 510, an entry-level device that includes LTE 4G for many regions around the world. The 510 is made from polycarbonate and HTC created a DotView case for the device, which allows owners to answer calls even when the case is closed.
I'd really like to know who asked for this?
12.1 mega pixels?