Riviera has launched a new mobile phone named Riviera R12, consisting of many exciting features, QVGA 65 K colour CSTN display screen with 176 X 220 pixel of screen resolution, and 128 MB internal memory included. It is already pre-installed with WAP and Opera mini browser embedded with 128 MB internal memory.
Again, this device poses MP3, WAV, MIDI audio support and 3GP video player support. Some of its interesting features are:-
- QVGA 65 K colour CSTN display screen.
- 115 X51.5 X 15.2mm of dimension.
- 76 X 220 pixel of screen resolution.
- Speaker headset.
- Dual SIM [GSM+GSM]
- GSM 900/1800Mhz|GSM 900/1800 MHz network support.
- Digital Zoom.
- QWERTY keypad with trackball navigation.
- 1.3 mega pixel camera.
- Vibration alert.
- USB cable.
- MP3,MP4 player.
- 1280 X 1024pixels of resolution.
- Polyphonic MP3 ringtones.
- In built WAP and Opera mini browser.
- Blue tooth, GPRS connectivity.
- Micro SD/T-Flash memory card slot.
- In built games.
- 3GP Video player support.
- FM radio facility.
- 128 MB internal memory.
- Upto 2GB of external memory.
You can get the Riviera R12 in 2 colours, black and red, with a dimension of 115 X 51.5 X15.2 mm. it supports multi languages inclusive of Hindi and English. For more details you can look up
It weighs approximately 117 gm with a talk time of upto 6 hours depending on the network.
It is hot news that Windows PCs can be soon obtained along with the crazy-cool dual touch screen Acer Iconica laptop, The alternative for a keyboard is a second display that is touch sensitive. Touch it with all the 10 fingers and lo, it opens the on-screen keyboard! Also the latest Samsung PC 7 sliding series laptop [looking like a monster Hiptop], was also exhibited. It runs a fanless Oaktail processor, along with a trio of Micro connectors adding the Micro SD, Micro HDMI and the Micro USB.
A tablet from Acer was also displayed along with finger input, which includes a capacitative pen to use with Microsoft’s Ink. Its unique feature is that it differentiates between the pen and your palm and does not record the palm touches while you are writing with the pen. It contains 4 elements of display [touch input, pen input, display and glass] combined to lessen wastage of light, thereby bringing about a larger viewing angle and sufficient brightness.
Since there is less air between the layers, the display needs only 20% of the lighting power for any brightness as against all other touch screens. News is also that Windows 8 will be coming to System-on-chips [SoC]based on x86 and Arm. Also, a build of Windows 8 [which contained a native interface] which ran on Intel Quantcomm Snapdragon and Texas Instrument OMAP SoCs the size of a matchbox, was released. A complete functioning version of the Windows on the x86 based Intel SoC and a recompiled Arm version of Word printing on an Epson Printer with recompiled drivers, a recompile version of PowerPoint with hardware acceleration, the hardware acceleration present in IE9 and finally a Full HD Video running on a NVIDIA Tegra chip was exhibited.
All this was done by Mike Anguilo, Corporate VP of the Windows Team! Interesting information is that Windows Phone 7 is opting for an entertainment spin and Big-B Ballmer is bringing Fable to Windows Phone 7 in the form of golf called Fable Coin Golf, and whatever gold you earn through that will be transferred to your Fable 3 character on your Xbox 360. A video show of some of the games to come soon was also on the Windows Phone. Rise of Glory, Full House Poker, Zoombies!!! Pac-Man, Fable Coin Golf, Halo Waypoint, Fruit Ninja and many more.
Pantech has released its super cool and thin handset –Pantech Laser, which according to AT&T is the slimmest, totally sliding key board phone so far. Coming soon, it is expected to carry along interesting features. Just 9.95mm thick, it definitely qualifies as the thinnest phone. Some other features can be 3.1″ AMOLED Touchscreen, admirable sliding QWERTY keyboard, making texting very easy, 3MP camera, social networking integration and impressive built-in applications such as Drawing Commander giving you access to calls, messages, favourite apps. All you need to do is draw a shape on the screen with you finger. It becomes very easy to meticulously arrange your tasks in order of importance.
You can put down some of Pantech Laser’s features as:-
1> Capability to sync, manage contacts using AT&T Address book.
2> Support for AT&T Navigator, available for $9.99/month, wherein new subscribers get a 30 day free subscription.
3> Support for AT&T Social Net.
4> Access to AT&T Mobile Share.
Pantech Laser can be obtained from AT&T costing $99.99 after a discount of $50 for a 2 year contract, making it one of AT&T’s latest mid-range Android phones. Going by the scheme, you will have to pay a price of $149.99 and after the mail-in discount of $50, you will get a AT&T Promotion Card. A drawback is however, that the laser is a simple ‘fast messaging phone’ for beginners but you will be having only AT&T’s apps for navigation, social networking or other basic tasks.
Its has a unique quality ‘Drawing Commander’ which allows to draw shapes in order to make phone calls or release apps. On the whole, Pantech Laser is the best suited phone for those who like to remain connected to their groups either trough text, email or social networks even without web or apps access.