As reported here back in early February, Toshiba confirmed its return to the Windows Mobile device world this week at the 3GSM World Congress. It unveiled two new devices, the G900 and the G500 (at first, I thought it might be called the E01).
The G900 is a tri-band GSM/HSDPA phone that is likely to run Windows Mobile 6 Professional. It features a WVGA (800×480) 3-inch display, a built-in biometric scanner, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 64MB RAM, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 and dual cameras (a 2MP camera and a secondary video conferencing one) and a miniSD slot. Not so clear is what processor will power the G900.
As reported earlier, the G500 is also an HSDPA Smartphone with a sliding keyboard, a 2MP camera and Bluetooth with A2DP support.
Toshiba has yet to reveal availability and pricing information.