8 points Toshiba TG01 excels at iPhone 3G

Japanese phone company Toshiba announced the latest smartphone model TG01 in hopes of competing with the iPhone 3G 'masterpiece'. But what is TG01 over iPhone 3G?

Japanese phone company Toshiba announced the latest smartphone model TG01 in hopes of competing with the iPhone 3G 'masterpiece'. But what is TG01 over iPhone 3G?

8 points Toshiba TG01 excels at iPhone 3G Picture 1

According to those who have had the opportunity to test this new mobile phone, there are 8 points of iPhone not equal to TG01.

The screen is more beautiful

The iPhone's 3.5-inch widescreen has enchanted many people but when TG01 appears, users can now think differently. TG01 has a wider screen (4.01 inches), manufactured with super bright technology with a resolution of 800x480 pixels. In terms of resolution, iPhone only has 480x320 pixel screen.

Thinner

While the iPhone is 12.3mm thin, the TG01 has only 9.9mm

Better video support

TG01 can show and support almost all popular video formats thanks to DivX code as well as Windows Mobile platform. Meanwhile, the iPhone still supports only standard H.264 videos. On TG01, Toshiba also 'increased' the power of video presentation by adding features like Color Matching, Color Image Control or Dynamic Gamma.

Surf the web faster

With full support of 3G technology according to HSPDA / HSUPA standards, TG01 certainly has better mobile surfing capabilities than iPhone.

Stronger

TG01 is the first mobile phone to use Snapdragon chip with Qualcomm's 1Ghz processor. This chip is made entirely of new silicon technology and designed to be the chip of a multitasking phone - which can perform many tasks at the same time - which the iPhone is still struggling with. 'striving'.

Storage capacity is expandable

Clearly, Toshiba wants to turn the TG01 into a real entertainment device by adding it to a microSD card slot and the ability to play music and watch videos from external storage sources.

GPS available (global positioning via satellite)

Toshiba's TG01 is equipped with a global positioning function along with an abundance of Windows Mobile-based software such as TomTom Navigator . This is the point that iPhone believers crave.

Shake to answer the call

This is probably the most interesting feature available in TG01. To answer a call, users now do not need to press any one button but simply flick their wrist. This feature can be turned off if the user does not want to, for example, while walking, or riding a car on bad roads.

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