The Toshiba TG01 still hasn't gotten into the hands of the consumer (though we're growing more impressed with it every day), and already we're getting wind of its follow-ups, along with a couple other Windows Mobile devices with some exciting features. The shakedown, after the break, from Greek site Techblog: [via]
The TG02 looks to be about the same as the TG01, flat, with a 4.1-inch WVGA touchscreen, 3.2MP camera and Windows Mobile 6.5. But get this, it'll be waterproof. Everybody in the pool! Look for it the early fourth quarter of 2009.
The TG03 follows its younger brothers but will have a 5-megapixel camera and a 3-inch speaker. The roadmap puts it somewhere in Q4 as well.
Then there are the big boys. The L01 is a monster 7-inch WVGA device with a QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile 6.5. If the grainy thumbnail is any indication, the keyboard is removable.
The K01 is a 4.1-inch slider with a 3.2MP camera, Windows Mobile 6.5 and a capacitive touchscreen. Yeah, you read that right. And remember that Dieter saw Windows Mobile running on a capacitive device back at Mobile World Congress. And while it wasn't really working, we can't help but wonder this: Could it be positioning itself for Windows Mobile 7 next year? Our fingers are firmly crossed.
The K02 is a 3.5-inch clamshell with a front-facing 10-key pad and LCD screen. It'll have a 3.2MP camera, Windows Mobile 6.5 and a resistive touchscreen.
That's quite a full plate indeed. We can only hope that U.S. carriers give these phones a good look.