The back of the TG01, featuring the 3. The first operator to announce deployment of the TG01 is O2 Germany. The button layout on the sides of the phone is a little weird, with the power and volume controls down the left hand edge and the camera and micro-USB socket covered by a hard-to-close flap on the right. Toshiba, despite claims it won’t be needed, has still popped a stylus in the box, and to help boost the TG01 claims of being a media phone, the UK version also gets an 8GB microSD card as well as a normal SD card converter to play said media on other devices too. The latter is thoroughly annoying, winking away at you when the phone screen is off, and is rather reminiscent of a Simpsons scene when Homer invents an alarm that goes off in a cacophony every five minutes to let people know everything’s alright. A good concept ruined by too many mistakes – there’s only so much the Windows Mobile 6. Views Read Edit View history.
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Toshiba TG01 pictures
These are surface click buttons used for Home and Back functions. At the top of the phone is an LED designed to let you know when the phone is low on battery reda call or text has arrived blue and when the phone is in sleep mode green.
The buttons are nicely flush to the chassis, and are easy-ish to find and press while still maintaining the minimalist design.
Where the screen extended to the edges of the phone, it could have been a lot more ergonomic, but as it stands, it just toshba The latter is thoroughly annoying, winking away at you when the phone screen toshina off, and is rather reminiscent of a Simpsons scene when Homer invents an alarm that goes off in a cacophony every five minutes to let people know everything’s alright.
Thankfully, this can be turned off, where other phones such as early N-Series Nokias refused to let you do this, meaning you wanted to break them more and more as the contract wore on. Toshiwo Doko Tanaka Hisashige.
Apart from displaying a Toshiba logo, the TG01 appears to have frozen, and most people who buy it will probably go through a brief period of worry that they have broken it. Views Read Edit View history. Available in both black and white colours, it has a Magnesium alloy casing, while its main feature is a 4.
Webarchive template wayback links. Hakunetsusha Shibaura Seisakusho Tanaka Seisakusho. What’s more curious is that Toshiba decided not to stop there — there’s up to two centimetres more border around that screen to extend the phone toahiba a frankly insane x 70 x 9. It’s a phone that exceeds anything you’ll have felt before as the screen is the largest seen on a 3G phone. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A good concept ruined by too many mistakes – there’s only so much the Windows Mobile 6.
We were a little bit confused by the processing speed toshbia the way Toshiba has demonstrated it in the phone. The first operator to announce deployment of the TG01 is O2 Germany.
Let’s not beat around the bush here; it’s massive at 4. However, for some inexplicable reason the length of time needed to press the power button to exit sleep mode can vary from less than a second to two or three, with no reason for the delay, which is a very annoying situation when you constantly want to check your phone.
But the question is: But the first th01 to note about this phone is the screen. It’s also bizarrely one of the most pocketable phones, as long as you have deep pockets, so perhaps the chassis size isn’t as much to worry about. In the hand, these dimensions just feel odd.
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Overall, the lightness and size of the phone are the first things you notice when picking it up. Swiping through menus or tapping on a certain icon is a bit of a hit and miss experience however, and certainly not up there in the iPhone 3GS or Palm Pre leagues.
Let’s take a look through the phone’s inner workings with the Toshiba TG01 review.
The call and terminate buttons are placed tgg01 the touchscreen itself, as well as the softkey options too, and are slightly to small to press easily on the go, although if you stop and make you’re hitting the right place it’s no big deal.
The back of the TG01, featuring the 3. But thankfully, the gigantic dimensions are somewhat balanced by the light g weight and 9.
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Too big, too thin Physically the device is notable for toshibx size and thinness. It also has a custom user interface, which visually is demonstrated by three vertical stripes. It’s not going to be a phone to every customer’s taste, but at least Tosh, having come up with this design, has implemented it well. This page was last edited on 6 Julyat