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Wednesday, October 27, 2010


The mobile UI gurus at TAT showed  their presentation demo of a dual-touch screen phone interface using with TI's powerhouse OMAP4 testbed that looks amazing . Seemed some funky, but frankly, the concept of this device being shown off by Fujtisu at CEATAK-- created with TAT's involvement, it great turns out  seems some virtually but its ready for big production.  We shown browser and email list scrolling across both displays , but what really it have, is our interest was a cool photo sharing feature whereby we can fling photos we  want to share from a gallery on the bottom display to a list of contacts on the top one , . Or the hardware did, anyway;

the software was spartan by comparison, obviously designed to call out a few key use cases where having two giant, glorious 960 x 480 displays right next to each other might come in handy. Both displays can be rotated between portrait and landscape, creating either a nicely-sized clamshell or a gigantic flip, not an uncommon shape among Japanese phones. Beside this here , given the form factor, the entirely-Japanese interface, and Fujitsu's history, we are  sure this was designed entirely with the Japanese domestic market in their  mind  and we would not be at all surprised to see it show up in a retail capacity there within a year or two. Well like these devices, it proves a great innovation in today's technology.

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