Toshiba Windows IS12T Review
Fujitsu Toshiba Windows IS12T is the first Mango Phone handset to be available on retail anywhere in the world. What other surprise elements and features it come with? Let’s find out.
With its design inspired by Japan’s only Android handset Regza T-01 C, Toshiba Windows IS12T also look alike of fourth generation I-pod Nano due to its bright colored aluminum finish. Phone has proved that copying isn’t a bad thing with its pleasing looks in three bright colors – Neon Yellow, black and pink with rubber black sleek thrown in to provide a little bit of roughness. Toshiba IS12T is fairly thin with the depth of 10.6mm, weighing 113gms and comes with IPX5/8 certified water resistant and dust proof technology.
Toshiba Windows IS12T sports 3.7 inch LCD capacitive touch display with the screen resolution of 400×800 pixels. It is packed with 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor, Adreno 205 graphics unit and expandable memory storage of 32GB. The USP of this smartphone lies in its Operating system – Microsoft Windows Mango 7.5 which is the first of its kind in the world. Its massive 13.2 megapixels autofocus camera with LED flash supports 720p HD video recording. The heavy duty camera is one of the highest pixelated cameras among the smartphone lineups these days and comes with features like geo tagging and CMOS censor. Toshiba IS12T supports video playback of MP4/WMV9 formats and Audio with MP3/WMA9/WAVeAAC+ formats. There’s a bummer with the video calling facilities managed by Windows Mango OS as it doesn’t have front facing camera.
Toshiba Windows 1S12T is a global phone with both GSM and CDMA slots and comes with Lithium-Ion battery of 1460 mAh. Once the battery is fully charged the phone can withstand talk time upto 6hours 40min and stand by time upto 280 hrs. Toshiba Windows 1S12T was released in Japan in August/September 2011 but speculations were that Fujitsu had no plans for release of this phone outside Japan in coming days.
Toshiba Windows IS12T Mobile Price in India – N/A
|Status and Availability– 2011, SeptemberNetwork Frequency