Monday, December 15, 2008

Google's new mobile phone from Australia.

Growth for Android: Well, there is a second mobile phone, the mobile operating system from Google is based - the Agora Kogan. The development comes from Australia, is produced in China. And so comes the new smartphone especially at the price.
  In the basic version costs the Agora Kogan 299 Australian dollars, which converted just 150 euros are. So a bargain, considering that this gets a proper smartphone, with touch screen, MP3 players and Internet functions.
Visually reminiscent of the Agora amazingly BlackBerry smart phones like the Curve. It has a relatively large color screen and a full mini-keypad. A five-way mini-joystick in the middle of the keypad used for cursor control, just as it is the trackball on the BlackBerry does. This is not new, but good model which.
Otherwise, the Agora little surprising, but much more meaningful: The display has a resolution of 320 times 240 Points, data connections are via UMTS, HSDPA or EDGE established. The 384 megabytes of internal memory can be using microSD cards up a Bluetooth module allows connections with headsets, computers and other accessories. Norway Australian dollar surcharge, there is also a aufgebohrte Pro version. The addition will have a 2-megapixel camera, a GPS receiver and a wireless module on board.

Otherwise, functions and capabilities of the device largely by the operating software provided, agree on many points with what the T-Mobile G1 can.
The production of the device is not, however, when Kogan provider in Australia itself Instead, the company lets the device with a contract manufacturer in China finished. This saves costs of course, the gadget blog ShinyShiny but argwöhnt you, you should prefer not worry about lead paint in the Agora make.
For German mobile phone users who no longer want to wait until T-Mobile also here in the G1 brings to the market, it may nevertheless be a nice alternative. Including shipping demands Kogan converted EUR 176 for the standard version and 227 euros for the Pro model. A little patience, but potential buyers must also bring here. Orders are being accepted to be delivered the equipment but only from 29 January. As a Christmas gift is the Android mobile phone from Down Under ie.
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possible. In practical operation, it is usually 55.6 Kbps - modems were so slow in the days before DSL. (more blogs in KNOW) EdgeEnhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution - technology to increase the transmission rate of data in GSM mobile networks. Through more efficient modulation techniques will be the sum of up to 384 Kbps to achieve - that is UMTS speed. Edge has been introduced in 75 countries. (more blogs in KNOW) WiMaxDie WiMax technology includes several standards for data on different radio frequencies. Some WiMax standards need a visual connection between the transmitter and receiver, other signals can also penetrate walls. When testing WiMax is already data transfer rates of more than 100 Mbps have achieved. Hermann Lipfert, an expert on wireless networks at the Munich Institute for Broadcasting Technology (IRT) estimates that in a regular WiMax wireless cell Tranferraten of 50 Mbps are realistic - under ideal conditions and application of all currently available te!
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the respective radio cell are online. (more blogs in KNOW) DVB-TDer DVB-T standard regulates the distribution of digital television signals via radio. The DVB standard is also designed to Internet content to be transferred - in the frequency of a single analog television channel (about 7 MHz) match but just 13 megabits per second into it. If a single broadcast station ie 20 users hanging around the same time, a file download attempt, it is already closely - the data for each user would be less than one Mbit / s, ie lower than the cheapest DSL connections that are currently on offer are. "The biggest danger for this technology is, by the presence overtaken," said Sven Hansen of the computer magazine c't. " I transfer the content over DVB, which also goes in only one direction - just like watching TV. The back channel will be produced by other means, such as through a conventional telephone line. Mouse clicks in the browser received this method over the phone line to the prov!
ider, which would then requested pages of the DVB broadcasting station back to the recipient gefunkt. This is cumbersome - and slow. (more blogs in KNOW) LTELong Term Evolution is the name that a number of mobile phone companies an additional standard of the fourth generation mobile telephony has been given. LTE is essentially a development of UMTS - but requires completely new hardware, including new broadcasting stations. LTE competes with the WiMax standard to the market leader in mobile Internet of the future - between the two standards will possibly a new format war erupt. LTE is recognized by experts over WiMax, however, about two years behind in terms of technological development. (More at blogs KNOW)

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