CEATEC 2010 has just ended the other day and with it we lose any chance of spotting decent phone prototypes… for a while. Looking back we uncover not only Fujitsu’s dual touchscreen phone, but also a bunch of prototype tablets made by the same company. Here they are: These are
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Nothing much to detail here… CEATEC 2010 is about to end and during the show Toshiba found the time to showcase a prototype Android 2.2 tablet, that’s pictured below. The device was shown in order to promote the Book-Place service created by Toshiba. As far as specs are concerned, it
During this week’s CEATEC 2010 in Japan, TDK showcased its flexible OLED display technology, that could generate some nifty smartphones in the future. As you can see, such displays can be used even on bracelets and wrap around your wrists with ease, still showing information. The OLED screens are 0.3mm
NTT DoCoMo and Sharp have something interesting to show at CEATEC 2010 these days. It appears both companies brought with them the “Plasmacluster” series of ion-generating products, now gone portable, thanks to the IG-GM1 model. This prototype is both a phone and an ion-generator that will keep viruses away from
CEATEC 2010 is here and with it tons of prototypes you might be interested in. We’ll focus on cellphones and maybe tablets, since we’re into portable devices, after all… The first concept that caught our eye was a Fujitsu dual touchscreen handset, shown in the following images. Developed in partnership
DoCoMo isn’t finished showing off its innovations at CEATEC 2008 and the event goes on. After seeing its neat “phone that splits” concept developed with Fujitsu, it’s time to witness the birth of a new version of 3G connectivity, the 3GLTE. Plus, there are more concept phones to check out,