Taipei, Monday, December 22, 2014 13:16 (GMT+8)
mostly cloudy
Taipei
14°C
Samsung Android-powered smartphone Behold II
Photo: Company [Nov 30, 2009]

Available exclusively from T-Mobile USA, the Samsung Behold II is the first phone from T-Mobile to feature a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen, which is paired with a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, zoom, flash, five shooting modes and video capabilities. Samsung's cube menu also provides quick access to six multimedia features: music, photos, videos, the Web, YouTube and Amazon MP3 for music downloads.

The Behold II features built-in Google mobile services, including Google Search, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube and Google Talk, as well as thousands of applications and games available for download from Android Market. Additional features include assisted GPS, Bluetooth 2.1, visual voicemail that allows for easier access and response to voice mail, support for up to 16GB of external memory, and includes a 2GB microSD memory card.

Advantest
Trends and forecasts for the China FPD industry, 2014-2017
TD-LTE market developments and forecast, 2014-2016
  • Wireless broadband developments in Southeast Asia markets

    As of 2013, the 10 ASEAN nations had a total of over 700 million mobile subscriptions, with the CAGR from 2003-2013 reaching 24%. This Digitimes Research Special Report analyzes the various mobile broadband markets in ASEAN and looks at the respective trends in 4G LTE development for those markets.

  • Greater China touch panel shipment forecast through 2015

    This Special Report provides forecasts through 2015 for Greater China touch panel shipments with breakdowns based on technology (glass, film, resistive), application (smartphone, NB and tablet) and by firm.

  • 2014 global tablet demand forecast

    This report analyzes the main players, their strategies and shipments forecasts for 2014, as well as other factors contributing to either growth or decline in various segments within the tablet market, with a particular focus on Apple, Google, Samsung, and Microsoft, along with whitebox vendors.