You might have seen us getting intrigued by the NEC Medias W Android Phone at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, but we have finally got it with us, in our hands, the wacky yet innovative dual screened Android Phone. The two 4.3″ qHD screens are definitely the unique selling point of the Medias W. It presents really interesting opportunities and even future-looking ideas for a better implementation. Not to say this is bad, but it is really intriguing for a v1.0. We had gotten hold of a retail unit of this unlocked phone that sells only in Japan with a carrier tie-up(NTT Docomo) for 100 Mbps LTE.The device has the model number N-05E.The box contents are bare, but take a look at the device in action in the video below –
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NEC Medias W is one of the best products we had a chance to play with at the Mobile World Congress 2013. It is an Android phone with 2 4.3 inch LCD displays which can be used either together or separately. You can browse 2 websites at the same time , watch a video on one screen while checking your mail on the other. You can actually play the same video on both the screens simultaneously if you place the phone on desk. So two people can watch the video comfortably without having to bump into each other.
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Japan’s Fujitsu Limited, NTT DOCOMO INC., NEC Corporation and Fujitsu Semiconductor Limited have announced a joint venture to develop and sell semiconductor products with built-in modem. This venture would function under the name, Access Network Technology Limited with an investment of 100 million yen. Continue reading “Fujitsu, NTT DOCOMO, NEC partners to develop smartphone chips”
NEC is a major player in the Japan for its line of Android smartphones. The company had a few of its handsets behind glass here at MWC and we got a chance to take a look at them.
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NEC is a good manufacturer, I remember getting their tablet running touch Windows XP, it was a great device, I also used some of their chips while doing my research on Microprocessors and Micrcontrollers, but they have not been very active in the international markets from quite some time now, but as the mobile industry is booming with the help of Android, NEC have decided to come back to action and will be showcasing three interesting devices this MWC running the latest Android 4.0.
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