Ok i shall make myself useful and translate as accurate and as much as i can. Yeap, this is just an artiste's concept, not really an official release.
T59 would be Teclast's main product for 2007. The main design would be based on the current trends, and dimensions of about 112x61x11mm.
Black casing with chrome finishing, simple yet elegant.
The face of the T59 would use the black surface material similar to the z610i (is this the ericsson model?), giving a smooth glossy effect. The screen would be a 3.5" VGA.
Main screen: 3.5" VGA screen
Side screen: Blue equalizer
Processor: Telechips or Philips
Supported music: MP3, OGG, AAC, WAV, APE, FLAC, WMA
Sound Effects: BBE, SRS 2.0
Supported videos: 3GP, RM, RMVB, MPEG2, MPEG4 (DivX/XviD/3ivx, MP4, AVC/H264), VOB, at 30fps and above
Operating system/firmware: Windows CE
Other features: FM, GPS, WIFI, QQ, MSN, rotating carousel menu
Capacity: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, all internal
The T59 would be using the Windows CE OS, so updating of firmware would be easy. At the same time, various Windows documents could be viewed by the T59. With the GPS, the T59 would be able to give you directions when you are outside. With WIFI, you can easily surf the internet, MSN, QQ, whenever there is a wireless connection available. Simply to say, the T59 becomes a PDA.
The small blue screen would be a unique feature of the T59. It would display the current mode the player is in. The real-time equalizer would move in beat with the MP3, FM, or Video sounds.
It is also a clock, with an alarm.
When in the FM mode, the main screen turns off and only the blue side screen comes on with the station frequency. This helps to save lots of battery power.
Auto rotation as you tilt the player, so that the screen displays the screen in the correct landscape or portrait mode.
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