Posts Tagged ‘NTT Docomo’

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From Ziggytek: NTT DoCoMo has recently launched its new NEC Medias Tab UL N08-D, which is apparently the lightest Android tablet with its weight of only 249g and 7.9mm thickness. The company uses a kind of carbon fiber which is often used in modern aircraft construction. This reduces the weight quite a lot, as other 7-inch tablets usually weigh around 400g and even the Nexus 7 weighs 345g. More »

From Htcyou: It’s been awhile since Panasonic last released some exciting stuff, but here they are with the new ELUGA, which is one of the main devices spotted at Mobile World Congress. Despite the fact that it is confirmed to be available outside of Japan, that is where the device will be selling - for now. More »

From Htcyou: The Japanese variant of the Xperia S, titled Sony Ericsson Xperia NX, has officially launched in Japan recently, under the large carrier NTT Docomo. More »

From Htcyou: Japan’s largest carrier, NTT Docomo, has just revealed that pre-orders for the Sony Ericsson Xperia NX, Japan’s version of the Xperia S, will be starting on February 10th! More »

From Htcyou: As consumers increasingly become attached to their electronic devices, there soon won’t be many places where you cannot interact with your tablet, laptop or phone, or any other devices you love for that matter. Fujitsu are helping the situation by introducing their new waterproof tablet, the ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D. More »

From Girlybubble: First Docomo released the Q-Pot Melting Chocolate phones and now they’ve teamed up with Seventeen Magazine (Japan) to release the “SH-05B” on Feb. 5. For a phone that comes in two shades of pink and endorsed by Michelle Pfeifer in Grease 2, they couldn’t come up with a more creative name? Sounds a little drab next to “Melting Chocolate.” The pink shades the phone comes in are Yurukawa pink which means “loosely pink” and yancha pink which means “mischievous pink.” More »

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