Toshiba unveils super-slim handsets
16 February 2010 — 11:17 AM
Mobile manufacturer Toshiba has unveiled two new super-slim handsets at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona.
Consumers could choose to recycle their old mobile phone in order to receive cash to put towards getting their hands on the TG02, the successor to the TG01.
The device is just 9.9mm in width and boast a 4.1-inch touchscreen, which should make it easy for users to navigate.
Users can quickly access websites and applications through the handsets 3D menu system thanks to a 1Ghz processor.
Alternatively, those who enjoy sending text messages, emails and chatting on social networking sites - such as Twitter and Facebook - could benefit from the Toshiba K01 as the phone's qwerty keyboard may allow them to do so quickly and easily.
Samsung unveiled the Wave at the show as a device it hopes will challenge the market dominance of the iPhone.
The Mobile World Congress started yesterday (February 15th) and continues until Thursday.
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