First Look at Toshiba's TG01 Multimedia Smartphone

New phone will sport Toshiba's TV technology, a touch screen, and a sleek design

Using the Phone Toshiba's TG01 operates with an iPhone-esque keypad. Its rumored to have an optional virtual trackpad on its screen as well as an accelerometer-replacement called a "G-sensor," believed to create a central axis around which you can tilt the phone.One of the most interesting features of the TG01 is a shake-to-answer option, said to allow you to simply shake the device to answer or disconnect a call. Shaken, you say? My, oh my. Bond would jump out of his Aston Martin at the thought. The phone, not surprisingly, contains a camera, though specifics have not yet been announced. The TG01 is also expected to come with a stylus. Next: A modified Windows Mobile with full Flash support.

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