1. 21productionz's Avatar
    I was just talking to my wife about how fast cell phone technology has grown in the last five years, and I came across this.

    Video: ASUS TG01 phone which is equipped with 1 GHz processor and 4.1 inch touch-screen

    Too bad it's WM bleh, not a fan.
    06-23-09 09:38 PM
  2. Juniorr's Avatar
    Wow........
    06-23-09 09:39 PM
  3. infamyx's Avatar
    Have you seen the Samsung Jet? That's a nice phone

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    06-23-09 09:50 PM
  4. 21productionz's Avatar
    Samsung Jet | Smarter than Smartphone

    wow that is a nice phone, and the delivery of content is sweet too.
    06-23-09 10:38 PM
  5. chuckz28's Avatar
    Wow, 800x480 pixel screen too. Nice. I also like how thin it is. Too bad it is WM but it would be interesting to see how they make it look and work for their phone since it says it uses its own 3d interface.

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    06-24-09 08:26 AM
  6. kinggeoff's Avatar
    there was a new ericsson i was hearing about that looked pretty nice

    the market is gonna get crazy in the next 3 years
    06-24-09 09:12 AM
  7. infamyx's Avatar
    I believe the Jet uses something called Touchwhiz or something like that. I'm also pretty sure its not a WinMo device.

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    06-24-09 11:38 AM
  8. Charmed Juan's Avatar
    I keep seeing phones getting thinner and smaller.
    In order to keep a screen that is big enough to see web pages and other media, and the desire of consumers who want a physical keyboard.
    What form factor do you see as the best?

    A slider? Clam shell (i.e. Voyager) Flip?

    Personaly, I want a landscape physical keyboard. I have big fingers.
    I want a large screen 4" or so to see media.

    What do you want in your perfect phone?
    06-24-09 12:24 PM
  9. kinggeoff's Avatar
    Surepress with a slightly bigger screen (than storm) would be just perfect
    06-24-09 01:22 PM
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