By December 18, 2007

Toshiba G910 and G920 appear on FCC

The Toshiba G910 and G920 have both appeared on the FCC website. Saying ‘Both’ isn’t really that accurate though as they are essentially the same device. The only difference between the two is that the G910 has its integrated GPS disabled.

Toshiba G910/G920

Toshiba G910/G920

There are several photos of the new devices on the FCC site but basically we are looking at a clamshell design with a full QWERTY keyboard, dual cameras for video calling, an external LCD display (that looks like it’s been stolen from a digital watch), Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Tri-band, WiFi and Bluetooth 2.

Toshiba G910/G920

Toshiba G910/G920

If it genuinely is the case that the G910 and the G920 are the saem device I suspect that it would only be a matter of time before someone works out how to enable the latent GPS unit in the G910 and save everyone the expense of buying the G920.

Let’s hope that the final production units look a bit prettier than the ones shown on the FCC. The white circles on the front, which look to me like navigation and phone buttons, look terrible and the external LCD seems to be a bit of an after-thought.

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