The Toshiba T911 Smartphone for Softbank
Japanese mobile operator Softbank has officially released the T911 manufactured by Toshiba,
a stylish, feature-packed mobile phone that comes with a slider form factor.
The device comes with a large 3 inch 260k color screen with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution, 3G capabilities, a 3.2 inch megapixel camera, Bluetooth for connectivity and 1GB internal memory. As if that weren't enough storage space, it also packs a MicroSD card slot for memory expansion, so that the user will be able to store a total of 2GB worth of files.
The T911 by Toshiba will also support the complete range of Softbank mobile services as well as 'Visiophony' and sports a Yahoo! Dedicated key. Other features include MS Office document reader, the Felicia electronic money chip, a full HTML browser and support for the 1-Seg digital TV service. Summing it all up, it's hard to ask more from a mobile phone than this, and the T911 will most likely suite most users needs.
On a full battery, the handset will last for up to 140 minutes of talk time or 330 hours on standby. The mobile phone has become available on 17th of March and just as one would expect, it's a Japan-only phone offered by Softbank.