Toshiba K01 with FCC approval becomes indefatigable

Toshiba K01, supported with Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.5 OS, has received FCC's approval, which makes it launching journey more worthwhile.

Online PR News – 30-March-2010 – – Toshiba K01, constitutes one of the latest handsets, which is supported by Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system on board. Since there is no dearth of modern features with which the phone is loaded, yet another fascinating feature of this phone is that it has been passed by the FCC.

The current exercise has been supported by the AT&T's and T-Mobile's airwaves. Although, the handset was announced last month during the MWC in Barcelona. The phone is one of the two Windows Mobile 6.5.3-based phones, which the manufacturer is intending to launch amidst tough competition. The other handset, which the manufacturer has intended to launch is the Toshiba TG02.

The FCC clearance, which the handset has received is primarily for the US market. Sporting a 1GHz Snapdragon processor inside, the phone is all set to turn heads to its magnificent technology.

With a 4.1-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display, there is no dearth of features that makes this technological marvel one of the best devices to keep with oneself.

The mobile lover also gets in this device the side sliding QWERTY keyboard. As the handset has undergone a FCC approval test, it is set to launch much vociferously than ever.

As far as approval is concerned, FCC boasts support for 850/900/1800/1900 GSM/EDGE frequencies, along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities.

The other factor that makes this device ever more popular is the fact that it includes an Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) display. Now that is something, which makes it all the more significant and worthwhile.

Along with that there is a 1GHz CPU inside that enables the handset to function smoothly. The new user interface also makes this gadget more valuable than its counterparts. As the handset is always revered for its fast access to favorite features, it is set to reign supreme in the mobile market for sure.