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Toshiba secretly working on TG02 and TG03?

Leaked document reveals Tosh's phone roadmap

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Toshiba’s recently unveiled TG01 smartphone isn’t even out yet, but a leaked document’s apparently uncovered evidence of two further phones in the TG line.

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A leaked slide reveals some of the TG02's features

According to a report by website Techblog, the document – from sources unknown – not only appears to signal a second quarter launch for the TG01, but fourth quarter launches of handsets unimaginatively labelled the TG02 and TG03.

The TG02 will supposedly have a 4.1in touchscreen, a 1GHz processor – most likely the Qualcomm Snapdragon inside the TG01 – and run on Windows 6.5.

It’ll also feature a 3.2Mp camera, HSDPA connectivity and support GPS. The phone’s also said to be impermeable to liquid splashes, such as from rain or snow, which could prove handy.

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The TG03's features also look promising

Sadly the TG03 doesn’t seem to be much of an improvement in terms of features, with the only main technical difference from the TG02 being that the TG03 has a 5Mp camera.

Details about launch dates or prices weren’t leaked alongside. ®

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