Toshiba already got official with its G710 and G910 handsets last month, but it's just now filled in that rather glaring numerical gap, with it taking the wraps off its new Portege G810 smartphone at MWC (not to be confused with Samsung's also-just-announced G810). Like those other two, this one's a Windows Mobile 6 device, and it boasts support for HSDPA and HSUPA, along with built-in GPS and A-GPS, and the always-welcome integrated WiFi and Bluetooth. Otherwise, you can expect a 2.8-inch QVGA touch screen, a 3 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot for expansion and even an FM radio in case all the usual PMP features aren't enough for you. No word on a price, but you can look for this one to hit Europe sometime in the second quarter of this year.
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