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Kids phone

Mark Peters : 2010-03-11 01:05:00
NTT Docomo kids cell phone : NTT Docomo, the largest telecom provider on the Japanese market, is always good for some interesting and innovative mobile solutions. Take the smartphone we have previewed in of our Mobile World Congress 2010 articles that can be split into two halves and can also be used independently. The applications are unknown, but such innovations often lead to end products for consumers that are truly useful. For example the GPS solutions, often used functionally to find your way in a new city, country, etc. but there are also other applications that maybe become more interesting in the near future. For example, the locating of objects or people.


12 Megapixel phone

Mark Peters : 2010-03-02 21:00:00
NTT Docomo 12 Megapixel camera phone : The NTT Docomo booth at the Mobile World Congress is always a good place to find a remarkable and unique mobile product. Next to the wooden smartphone, the NTT Docomo Touch Wood, we also ran into the NTT Docomo F-04B handset. On the whole it looks futuristic, especially when it appears that by pushing on the bottom of the NTT F-04B, it can be split into two pieces. The fun part is that the separate pieces can still communicate with each other through Bluetooth technology. Additionally, very ingenious, it is even possible to choose which or both pieces will be used for communication. Both pieces have a microphone and speaker. But how does the battery work?


Solar phone

Mark Peters : 2010-02-25 22:10:00
NTT Docomo waterproof solar phone : We have already seen Cell phones with solar technology before, but NTT Docomo has gone a step further. During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we saw the NTT Solar Hybrid, a waterproof phone that runs on solar energy. Well isn’t that handy when you want to sail around the world in the sun on your boat. Solar-powered mobile devices do not seem to be very popular among the masses. That is not so strange, as a couple of days visit to the MWC 2010 in Spain did not deliver much sunshine. You have to be able to feed such a product with sunlight. And fun in the sun was not exactly present in Barcelona.


Wooden cell phone

Mark Peters : 2010-02-25 21:30:00
NTT Docomo wooden mobile phone : NTT Docomo showed what is possible with wood as a raw material. Together with Olympus, among others, a phone has been designed with a wooden body. By working with soft, natural wood, designing a rough design with 3D technologies, putting this into a mould to form a design with steam, and then to process it in a way that is patented by Olympus, it has become possible to design a wooden phone. The impregnating process ensures for, among others, that the NTT Docomo Touch Wood phone is protected against the elements such as moisture, insects and mold. Unfortunately the NTT Touch Wood cannot be found outside of Japan.






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