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[Q] Toshiba TG02 Release Date UK?

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31st August 2010, 03:07 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, just a thought,
Toshiba Announced the TG02 in February, it was stated to be released in April time or Summer. However it has still not hit the shops yet!! Is there anyone who has a TG02 out there? Perhaps by having a newer Toshiba ROM it could solve many of our RAM problems with badly optimized DLLs.
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Toshiba mobile is over, they went into a joint venture with Fujitsu. So I believe there will be no TG02 or TG03 or K01.
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Toshiba mobile is over, they went into a joint venture with Fujitsu. So I believe there will be no TG02 or TG03 or K01.

Explains the lack of ROM development...... as the TG02 is essentially the same phone but with a capacitive screen, the new phone's roms should be easily ported to the old phone and Toshiba would have capitilised on that but if anything I believe they will be holding back for WP7
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Its time to think over anDROID, RAM in wm is always insufficient, from lower end to higher end devices. Let any model might get released but android can be wise than wm or wp7. At boot i hav 104 mb in my tg01 device its MIROM5 now its 35mb. Where the rest goes nobody knows. Freeup RAM recovers 2~3mb thats it.
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Toshiba mobile is over, they went into a joint venture with Fujitsu. So I believe there will be no TG02 or TG03 or K01.

wow i didn'tknow they could just cancel a product line up.... i guess spb did the same with mobile shell 5
so i guess there is no luck with our tg rom problems.however there is a member with toshiba is02, perhaps we could get hold of the rom.
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http://www.toshibamobile-europe.com/...1/Default.aspx
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Toshiba mobile is over, they went into a joint venture with Fujitsu. So I believe there will be no TG02 or TG03 or K01.

nope not dead just bought one from the uk us vers ko1 that is should have it in a week if any questions ill be back latter
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nope not dead just bought one from the uk us vers ko1 that is should have it in a week if any questions ill be back latter

wow, interesting, can you please post a link on this?

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