Thursday, 08 May 2014 21:20

Three mobile phones and one tablet with built-in DVB-T2 specs and prices

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Samart, the company behind the Thai i-mobile device brand, has released more information regarding their upcoming DVB-T2 enabled smartphones and tablet. All models are expected to be released during the Thailand Mobile Expo 2014 from today to 11 May at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok.

The product line includes 3 smartphones and one tablet which all supports digital TV due to the built-in Siano chipset for DVB-T2.

 

IQ 5.8 DTV Price 5,990 THB ($184)

  • Digital TV: Supports DVB-T2.
  • Screen: 5-inch QHD Screen resolution 540 x 960 pixels.
  • CPU: 1.2GHz Quad Core.
  • OS: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • ROM: 4GB
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Camera back: 8 MP with flash and autofocus.
  • Camera front: 5 MP autofocus
  • Supports 2G/3G (850/900/2100 MHz) and Wi-Fi.
  • Battery capacity: 2,900 mAh
  • Supports external memory microSD Card up to 32GB.

 

IQ 6.8 DTV Expected price 8,590 THB ($263)

  • Digital TV: Supports DVB-T2.
  • Screen: 5.5-inch HD screen with a resolution of 1280 by 720 pixels.
  • CPU: 1.7 GHz Quad Core.
  • OS: Android 4.2. Jelly Bean
  • Camera back: 18 MP with flash and autofocus.
  • Camera front: 8 MP with autofocus.
  • Supports 2G/3G (850/900/2100 MHz) and Wi-Fi.
  • Supports external memory microSD Card up to 32GB.
  • Dual SIM

 

i-style 7.7 DTV Expected price 3,590 THB ($110)

  • Digital TV: Supports DVB-T2.
  • Screen 4.5-inch Screen resolution 480 x 800 pixels.
  • CPU 1.2 GHz Quad Core.
  • OS: Android 4.2. Jelly Bean
  • Camera back: 5 MP.
  • Camera front: 5 MP.
  • Supports 2G/3G (850/900/2100 MHz) and Wi-Fi.
  • Supports external memory microSD Card up to 32GB.

 

i-TAB DTV Tablet Price 4,890 THB ($150)

  • Digital TV: Supports DVB-T2.
  • Screen: 7-inch LCD Screen resolution 1024 x 600 pixels.
  • CPU: 1.5GHz Quad Core
  • OS: Android 4.2. Jelly Bean
  • Camera back: 5 MP with autofocus.
  • Camera front: 2 MP.
  • Supports 2G/3G (850/900/2100 MHz) and Wi-Fi.
  • Supports external memory microSD Card up to 32GB.  

 

Video: Pimchanok Vimolsathit speed test 80-90 Km/h with the IQ 5.8 DTV mobile phone


Video
: PDAMobiz: Review i mobile IQ 5 8 DTV Digital TV Test


Video
: PDAMobiz: i-mobile IQ5.8 DTV Testing. ทดสอบดูดิจิตอลทีวีบน ไอโมบาย ไอคิวห้าจุดแปดที่เชียงใหม่


Video
: Sneak peek at the smartphone IQ 5.8 DTV and tablet i-TAB DTV built with the SMS4470 chip from Siano from the DVB-T2 workshop conference in Bangkok earlier this year.

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