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Spb Software Collaborates with Toshiba to Create the Ultimate User Experience

Spb Software Collaborates with Toshiba to Create the Ultimate User Experience

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Spb Software, the leading Windows Mobile applications vendor, is partnering with Toshiba Information Systems (UK) Ltd - Mobile Communications Division, to deliver the ultimate mobile device experience through the recently launched Toshiba Portege G810. The Portege G810 features the Spb Mobile Shell-based Toshiba Touch Interface, a customized version of Spb Full Screen Keyboard, the Spb Pocket Plus smart scrolling component, and other Windows Mobile customization enhancements. The strong combination of a powerful platform and functional hardware, complemented by a set of usability tools from Spb, make Toshiba's Portege G810 a very fast and intuitive smartphone.

"We designed the Portege G810 as a stylish touch screen Windows Mobile phone, ideal for both mobile-working and socializing, as it combines a powerful operating system with an incredibly user-friendly interface," says Bertrand Issard, Head of Product Planning & Strategy, Toshiba Information Systems (UK) Ltd. "We turned to Spb Software, with their extensive Windows Mobile software and usability expertise, to support us in creating a highly intuitive user interface for our Portege G810," he concludes.

"Microsoft is committed to support a vibrant partner ecosystem and always delivers opportunities to create solutions that meet a wide range of Windows Mobile customers' needs," comments Fabio Falzea, acting as Mobile Communications Business Lead, Microsoft Central & Eastern Europe Area. "The Toshiba - Spb synergy is one good example of the rich benefits the Microsoft ecosystem secures to the market, where partners are able to complement each other's strengths and deliver new innovative and rich experiences on Windows Mobile platform."

The Toshiba Touch Interface has been localized into 13 languages, has been skillfully embedded into the operating system, and is incredibly stable. "Toshiba's Portege G810 has a very fast and responsive screen, with outstanding color quality," says Yaroslav Goncharov, Spb Software CTO. "The Spb Mobile Shell gestures and animation are especially striking, emphasizing the pure beauty of this finger-friendly mobile device."

About Spb Software House (http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com/)

Spb Software House designs software to enhance the experience of using Windows Mobile phones. It is an international company with presence in Hong Kong, Russia and Thailand. Spb offers a unique line of consumer products, and its partners include ASUSTeK, BenQ Siemens, E-TEN, Fly, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Gigabyte, HTC, O2, Optimus, Palm, SingTel, Swisscom Mobile, Toshiba, T-Mobile, and VimpelCom.

About Toshiba (http://www.toshiba-europe.com/mobile) Victoria Krasilshikova Contact number: +7-812-335-6993 Contact email: [email protected]

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CONTACT: Victoria Krasilshikova - Contact number: +7-812-335-6993 -
Contact email: [email protected]

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