Motorola Droid specs revealed

On October 23, 2009, in Cell Phones, by KLS

Leaked by Motorola themself in a webpage that was meant to be published at a later date are the specs of the Motorola Droid. We spoke about the Android Moto as a potential iPhone killer this week, now its specs have been confirmed.

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The Droid will have a 3.7-inch, 16:9 touch screen with 480 x 854 resolution. A 5 megapixel camera with 4x zoom, autofocus, and dual LED flash. A 1400 mAh Li-ion battery for up to 385 minutes of usage time and 270 hours standby. The powerhouse of the phone will be a 550MHz processor. There will be a pre-installed 16GB microSD card. Connectivity wise, GPS, Bluetooth, 802.11b/g WiFi and a micro USB port as standard. Six ounces of weight spread out over a 2.4 x 4.6 x 0.5-inch body.

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For the GC900 to bare the “Viewty” badge, it needs to live up and improve on the expectations which have been inherited from its highly reputable predecessor, the original Viewty. In this part of our Viewty Smart review, we’ve focused on testing the GC900′s multimedia features and these include music play, video play, camera and also video recording.

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Video: LG Viewty Smart GC900

On May 4, 2009, in Cell Phones, by KLS

The LG Viewty Smart carries on the heritage of the first LG Viewty which was one of the first full touchscreen mobiles to sport a five-megapixel camera and direct video upload onto YouTube. Having sold over 6.5 million units worldwide, the second incarnation of Viewty offers even greater enjoyment while viewing and sharing, in addition to taking still and moving pictures, with a number of upgraded features in addition to its Intelligent Shot Mode. Main features of the new LG Viewty Smart GC900 include an 8 megapixel sensor with sensitivity up to ISO 1600, a higher resolution WVGA touchscreen, a more intelligent image processor and LGs easy-to-use S-Class User Interface (UI).

Checkout the video from LG below:

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Hey guys, just to follow up the first part of the LG Renoir review which we did before Christmas. In this second part of the review, we’re going to focus on the Renoir’s fantastic 8-megapixel camera and some fun multimedia features. As you will be aware from the specs of the KC910, it comes with 100MB

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After having received our LG Renoir KC910 a couple of days ago, it’s time to share with you guys what we felt about the new LG flagship. It was truly a joy to have around, especially that high spec camera which proved to live up to our expectations. For those that don’t yet know much about the Renoir,

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This was under much speculation about a month ago but it isn’t anymore. It’s called the OPhone, strange but it is simply China’s version of an open mobile system, in other words – chinese version of the Google Android. If you remember, yes it was China Mobile’s decision not to bring the Google Android G1 to China but develop its own.

The OPhone’s Android platform will have added support and apps for TD-SCDMA which is China’s own home grown 3G network. In addition to this, the OPhone will feature a 5.0-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, touchscreen display and bluetooth connectivity, not entirely sure whether it will be equipped with WiFi at this point.

Pricing has not yet been announced.

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Buffalo Japan has recently announced a super tiny new Micro USB thumb key, the RMUM Series. With dimensions of just 15 x 22 x 8mm at 2.3g, this tiny USB thumb key is in fact a microSDHC card reader (like the one from Sandisk we reviewed recently) sold in a bundle with a 1GB, 2GB, 4GB or 8GB microSD card. No word on when it will appear elsewhere apart from Japan as yetbut I suspect it shouldn’t be too long!

[via iTechNews, Akihabara]

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