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May 7, 2013

Sharp AQUOS 206SH with 5’’ Full HD Screen and 3080 mAh Battery

Japanese mobile phone maker Sharp has recently launched a new high-end smartphone, in the form of AQUOS Phone Xx SoftBank 206SH, a device that, although it packs a 5-inch full HD touchscreen display, can still deliver two days of usage time.

The smartphone was launched with a 3080 mAh battery inside, which is said to have enough juice to support two-day usage. The new device also sports a 1.7GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor inside, along with a 13.1-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with f/1.9 optics, and Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system loaded on top.

Furthermore, the specs list of this device is said to include 1-Seg digital TV, LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities, infrared port, and the usual set of sensors. The phone is also said to be waterproof. The smartphone will be released as part of SoftBank’s Summer 2013 line-up, and can already be seen on Sharp’s website.

Sharp AQUOS Phone Xx SoftBank 206SH
Image credits to Sharp via Slashgear

Huawei P6-U06 New Photos Emerges with Super Slim Body

Chinese mobile phone maker Huawei has been recently rumored to plan the launch of the world’s slimmest device, namely the Huawei P6-U06, and leaked photos with the device are now available for your viewing pleasure.

The mobile phone has already received the necessary approvals in China, and is expected to land on shelves at only 6.18mm thin, though specific info on when it might be officially announced hasn’t emerged as of now.  There’s no telling on whether the leaked photos with the device – which emerged over at NowhereElse – are the real deal, especially since no Huawei logo can be seen on the handset.

According to Engadget, it should not be too long before the smartphone is officially announced, even if Huawei hasn’t confirmed anything on it as of now. Stay tuned for more on this.

Huawei P6-U06
Image credits to nowhereelse.fr

MSI Wind Top AE1941 All-in-One Computer

Micro-Star International isn't one for short announcements, which is why it dedicated quite a few words to the introduction of the Wind Top AE1941 all-in-one personal computer.

MSI isn't looking to win any performance prizes. Instead, it basically covered the necessities and focused on energy efficiency and space saving instead. It also made sure to include multimedia sharing functions, as well as a touch panel for that 18.5-inch LCD (liquid crystal display). The screen is just about what one would expect, though with perhaps a lower resolution than warranted. The LED backlighting is normal enough, but the native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels might leave something to be desired when Full HD is basically normal now (1920 x 1080 pixels). Then again, MSI strove to make this a mid-range or lower-end computer, one for people who just want a good means of surfing the web and such.

Thus, the CPU is a relatively low-key Celeron 847, with 2 MB cache memory and two cores at 1.1 GHz each (no Hyper-Threading). Speaking of which, the CPU is backed by 4 GB of DDR3-1333 MHz RAM (a single SO-DIMM included, hence this top limit). A 2.5-inch SATA III HDD (hard disk drive) ads 320 GB of storage space to the equation, with a 3 in 1 card reader opening avenues for even more. Other specs include a pair of 3W speakers, a Super Multi DVD writer, Wi-Fi, audio connectors (in and out), four USB 2.0 ports (two at the back, two on the side), LAN and microphone.

All the hardware is managed by the Intel NM70 chipset and packed inside a frame small and light enough to mount on the wall if needed, using the MSI mounting kit (no VESA universal mount here, apparently).  Sadly, the press release did not have information on pricing and availability, though we assume sales should already be underway.

MSI Wind Top AE1941
Image credits to MSI

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