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TMCNet:  NTT DOCOMO unveils spring lineup of 12 models

[January 25, 2013]

NTT DOCOMO unveils spring lineup of 12 models

Jan 25, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- NTT DOCOMO, INC. has announced its 2013 spring lineup of 12 models which will be launched in sequence beginning January 25, 2013.

The lineup includes 11 smartphones and tablets, plus one mobile Wi-Fi router. The models feature upgraded versions of numerous functions introduced in the 2012 winter lineup.

Some of the new features of the lineup include DOCOMO smartphones capable of full-HD for high-definition video, compatible with DOCOMO's Xi (crossy) LTE service, a large selection of models featuring quad-core CPUs for mobile games and videos, many models running on Android 4.1, large-capacity batteries (2,000mAh or more).

As part of this initiative, the new spring lineup offers the 'dtab,' a Wi-Fi-dedicated tablet with special features for DOCOMO services such as the dmarket portal, and the 'SmartTV dstick,' a small flash drive-like HDMI device, the company said.

In addition, new functions have been added to the Twonky Beam app, which enables DOCOMO smartphones to play full-HD digital-terrestrial and broadcast-satellite programs that are stored on the user's Blu-ray recording devices at home. Republication or redistribution, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without prior written consent. Datamonitor shall not be liable for errors or delays in the content, or for any actions taken in reliance thereon

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