Sexta-feira, 28 de Março de 2008

Motorola shows their DVB-h-touchscreen-cellphone device

Motorola also wants to join in the touchscreens war, so they joined in by adding the feature to their new DVB-h device DH02. Besides that, the device also some capabilites as a mobile phone, such as HSDPA and GPRS.

The looks of the DH02 leaves us wondering whether this is a mobile phone or a just a DVB-h device, because you cannot make voice calls, only use data and SMS. The press images aren't polished either, so again we wonder what happened to the legendary external appearance department at Motorola.

“Today’s consumers want to view TV at their convenience on devices that satisfy the entertainment experience with an easy to use interface – and Motorola is delivering on this personalized mobile video and media experience with our end-to end portfolio of mobile TV/Video solutions,” said Navin Mehta, vice president, Mobile TV and Applications Services, Motorola. “With our rich legacy and experience in broadcast RF design, video delivery, mobility, services and devices that enable the multimedia experience, Motorola is uniquely positioned to enable a seamless mobile TV/Video solution that delivers a rich consumer media experience, and provides revenue generating opportunities for broadcasters, content owners and mobile network operators.”

The main specifications of the Motorola DH02 are:

  • Live DVB-H TV with PVR capabilities – timeshift, live pause, frame grabbing
  • Advanced navigation capabilities with GPS and Tele Atlas map views, points of interest and voice-activated directions, and handsfree calls to points of interest.
  • Convenient automatic channel scan and listing
  • High resolution WQVGA display
  • Stunning digital video quality @ 25 fps
  • Personal content like video, music and pictures on microSD cards
  • Five-minute memory buffer for live pause and time shift of TV channels
  • Points of Interest with voice assisted guidance, real-time traffic information and speed alerts
  • E-call (Emergency Calls) and SMS support
  • Bluetooth and earphones
  • Portrait and landscape auto-flip – use portrait view for navigation and POI calls, and landscape for mobile TV and personal media entertainment
Source: Motorola
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