Toshiba Portégé G710 – combines communication and navigation

The Toshiba Portégé G710 is one of the first bars phones from Toshiba and combines communication with navigation. With GPS and full QWERTY keyboard, it is ideally suitable as a business phone.

Optics and menu

the 115x62x13mm great and 130 g heavy cell phone has a 2.46 inch display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and 65,000 colours shown.  Next to the cross format display, full QWERTY keyboard in the eye, pressed in black and silver decorated jumps immediately, of course.  The silver keys are assigned in addition to the respective letters with digits. You not long have to search through this optical withdrawal.  Has the Toshiba Portégé G710 with a trackball for menu navigation. Thus you get liquid and quickly through all the menu items.


, The Toshiba Portégé G710 is equipped with the operating system Windows Mobile 6. Furthermore is completely possible with him access and synchronization to Microsoft Exchange Server. All new incoming emails are displayed with push email. In addition to emails, SMS and MMS, IM also can be operated with the Toshiba Portégé G710. It also has GPS navigation and a 2 megapixel camera with video function. An Mp3 player, the Windows Media Player and the Bluetooth A2DP function, with which you can transfer stereo sound wirelessly to compatible headphones provides entertainment. The internal memory can be expanded with microSD cards up to 2 GB. The battery is 1100 mAh strong and lasts 200 hours or 180 minutes of talk time in standby mode.


Is the Toshiba Portégé G710 not a bad choice for those who want to stay on the road accessible and can be used for the work, and combines all required version. The Toshiba some of powerful smartphones is, proving also their new touchscreen phone TG01, that will come with 1 GHz processing power and a 4.1 inch large display. We have here reported already once about it in detail in our blog.

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