Toshiba G450

Toshiba G450

Without doubt one of the strangest mobile phones we have ever seen, the Toshiba G450 is a surprisingly well specified and very lightweight 3G device that just does things rather differently.

This Toshiba G450 weighs just 57 grams, about half the weight of a conventional 3G phone. Measurements are 98 x 36 x 16mm, so it's slightly shorter and about two thirds of the width of a conventional monoblock handset. Instead of a keyboard, the Toshiba G450 has two circular multifunction pads.

The biggest compromise is the display - the 0.8" 96 x 39 pixel panel is certainly never going to be any use for web browsing, but it should work just fine for basic handset operations and the multimedia player. The Toshiba G450 includes steoro wired headphones, but it does not support Bluetooth.

As well as having an MP3 player, the Toshiba G450 has an alarm clock.Toshiba say that the maximum talktime on 3G is just 70 minutes, with up to 140 minutes talktime on GSM. Standby time is 7-8 days. The short talktime is due in part to the small 600 mAH battery. You can tell by this that the natural environment for the G450 is to be plugged into a laptop with a USB cable.

Toshiba say that the G450 should be available from the first quarter of 2008 across Europe, in Black, Red and Silver colour combinations.


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