Cool Haptic Implementations for Mobile Devices
Growth in the touchscreen market has accelerated adoption of haptics in mobile phones. Through world-class partners such as Samsung, LG, Nokia and others, Immersion's haptic technology is moving from a nice-to-have consideration to a fundamental design requirement for next-generation mobile devices. We live in an increasingly touchscreen world and our haptics bring these screens to life.
Pantech Vega No. 6
Holds the Crown for the Largest Full HD Smartphone in the World
"In addition to the huge display, the Vega No.6 also features Pantech's V Touch technology equipped with a small touchpad on the back just below the camera lens for easy one-hand operation and navigation without blocking the screen."
— DroidTweak Media
ELUGA – Elegant-User-Oriented Gateway
"Minimal and smart, the Panasonic Eluga is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most impressive mobile phones we got our hands on at Mobile World Congress 2012."
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
This is the Total Package
"Oodles of screen real estate make the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 terrific for videos, games, and reading; and its improved stylus aids productivity. A blazing quad-core processor, a great camera, and strong battery life round out the advantages of this Android 4.1 phone."
LG Optimus 4x HD
LG's First Quad-Core Handset Announced
"LG has heavily customized the handset's Android 4.0 operating system. Many of the icons are LG's own, and they're big, bright and colorful, and work well with the large, high-resolution screen." — Cnet reviews
LG Optimus G
Blistering Quad-Core Performance
"Have you ever shot a video and wished you could zoom in on a specific portion? Now you can, thanks to LG's Live Zoom feature. We simply pinched to zoom in and out. While we were zoomed in, we used our finger to maneuver around the rest of the video. " — Laptop Mag
NEC Medias N-08D
Novelty Equipped with Technology
"The technology called HD Reverb is used to create complementary haptic effects in real-time. So when you're watching a video, the device knows when to vibrate and (even more importantly) how much vibration is needed. I watched a fireworks video as a demo and was pretty amazed with what this tech can do." — Intomobile
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Sleek, Sexy, and Light
"It's as though someone at Samsung sat down and demanded that the 10.1 have world-beating raw system specs."
Fujitsu Raku Raku
Easy Touch Operations on a Large-screen Display
Samsung Galaxy S III
Outsells iPhone 4S to Become World’s Leading Smartphone!
"The Galaxy S III is one of the strongest devices to reach the market this year. Not only does it boast one of the most impressive spec sheets, its performance is unrivaled when compared to other Android smartphones in the market."
LG Optimus 4X HD
LG's First Quad-Core Handset Announced
Fujitsu Arrows Tab F-01D
The Waterproof Tablet
"...if you accidentally spill your bottle of water on it or drop it in the toilet while stall surfing, you’re covered."
—Gotta Be Mobile
Toshiba Excite 10
Thin. Sexy. Smart. And Built to Last.
"There is also an entire section for haptic feedback settings on the Excite 10, which allows you to change when you feel vibrations, as well as how strong they are. "
— Android Police
Razer Edge Gamepad Controller
Best of CES 2013!
"In Gamepad Controller mode, the Razer Edge becomes a portable mobile console with a dual-controller interface featuring analog joysticks and haptic feedback."
— PC Magazine
Huawei Ascend D2
Your Powerhouse Entertainment and Social Network Center
"Huawei poured loads of water over the phone in front of us and it had no issues; they also threw it at the ground and it survived quite a bash. Nice to know then that the butter-fingers among you won't struggle with the D2."
ZTE Nubia Z5
ZTE's Z5 Avoids Skimping on the Hardware
"Created in collaboration with famed designer Stefano Giovannoni, the Z5 has achieved a 7.6mm thickness that currently tops the five-inch-phone chart, yet at the same time it manages to cram in a 2,300 mAh battery and maintain a 126g weight."
Outstanding Ability to Take Pictures
"The Xiaomi M2 is powered by the stunning Qualcomm Snapdragon 8064 CPU quad-core chip clocked at 1.5ghz and gets a whopping 2GB RAM. That's it that's all you need this phone is awesome."
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