Specifications of new iPhone according to Movistar?

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  1. dom7 macrumors member

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    According to Movistar, the carrier of the iPhone in Spain, the following are the specifications of the new 3G iPhone:

    (5) Especificaciones Técnicas del iPhone:
    Tamaño de Pantalla del iPhone: 3.3 pulgadas de 720 x 480
    Resolución de Pantalla del iPhone: 320 por 480 puntos a 160 dpi
    Método de entrada (Input): Multi-touch (múltiples toques con su dedo)
    Sistema Operativo del iPhone: OS X (la base del mismo OS que tiene su Apple Mac)
    Almacenamiento del iPhone: 4GB o 8GB. Se espera mayor capacidad, de 20 GB, 40 GB o 80 GB.
    GSM: Cuatribanda (MHz: 850, 900, 1800, 1900)
    Conexión Inalámbrica - Wireless: Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) + EDGE + Bluetooth 2.0
    Conexión esperada en España: Banda Ancha UMTS / 3G (HSDPA) o 3.5G
    Cámara del iPhone: 2.0 megapixels
    Batería del iPhone: 5 horas
    Batería como reproductor de audio: 16 horas
    Dimensiones del iPhone: 4.5 x 2.4 x 0.46 pulgadas - 115 x 61 x 11.6mm
    Peso del iPhone: 135 gramos
    Conector del iPhone: parecido a Apple Ipod
    Sensores: sensor de proximidad, sensor de rotación (acelerómetro) y sensor lumínico (sensor de luz ambiental)
    Windows CE 6.0,
    Procesador ARM11
    Chip de Video
    Cámara de 3.0 megapixels en la parte de atrás
    Cámara de 0.3 megapixels en el frente, para videoconferencias
    GSM +TD SCMA
    Salida de Bluetooth
    Salida de TV para video

    http://e-global.es/b2b-blog/2007/06/08/iphone-movistar-por-puntos-contrato-o-portabilidad/

    It claims that the iPhone will in fact have a front-mounted camera.
     
  2. Leemo macrumors 6502

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    Have you seen the date that was posted on the interwebs?
     
  3. sk8mash macrumors 6502a

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    Wasn't it posted in 2007?
     
  4. SFStateStudent macrumors 604

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    Kinda' concerned with that 0.3 mp camera, sounds like a step-down by 1.7 mp, is that because it's so small and on the front? What's with the Windows CE, this could be a deal breaker, (anything windows is gonna' stink up the iPhone experience, for me at least). I'm stale with my Spanish, but are they saying the 4GB and 8GB are now, 20GB, 40GB & 80GB? And the 1700, 2100 G3 Bandwidth is not being used? And the weight is 135 grams or 4.8 ounces v 135 grams or 4.8 ounces of the current v1 iPhone (http://www.apple.com/iphone/specs.html). This doesn't sound too REAL, at least for me!
     
  5. MacsAttack macrumors 6502a

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    That kind sums up the credibility of this rumor... On a scale of 1 to 10, it is looking like -100,000
     
  6. maxxscholten macrumors regular

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    It also says it can use 802.11x, which I would be excited if that was available via an update since my campus uses 802.11x
     
  7. sk8mash macrumors 6502a

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    That says a front mounted 0.3MP camera which is VGA, which a front mounted camera would most likely be. Thats all you need for video conferencing.
     
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    That was confirmed at the iPhone event back in March.
     
  10. elbirth macrumors 65816

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    the front camera would be much lower resolution because it's doing video instead of only being a still camera, so 0.3MP sounds right


    as for the capacity, they're comparing it to the "current" 4GB and 8GB iPhone that we have in the U.S. This shows how old the article is, since the 4GB has been discontinued for quite a while and there is now a 16GB. Their mention of 20, 40, and 80GB is their hope for what it will be in the near future- there's no basis around them stating those numbers.


    I hope you were just joking about the Windows CE part, as there's no way the iPhone would be running it, unless there's a mobile Bootcamp that would let it dual boot or run it in a virtual environment or something of the like.
    The article is pretty much crap for the most part it seems.
     
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  12. SFStateStudent macrumors 604

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    Yep, thanks for the enlightenment on the video .3 mp thing. I was starting to hope for Leopard and Bootcamp with the v2 iPhone! LOL Thanks again.
     

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