Motorola unveils Linux-based DVB-H handheld

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Motorola MobileTV DH01

Motorola has recently shown off its latest portable media player, the MobileTV DH01. The PMP offers the ability to watch television via the DVB-H standard, with the linux-powered DH01 users will be able to watch live, on-demand and even view recorded programs at 25 frames-per-second.

The DH01 features:

  • 4.3-inch display supporting up to 16 million colors
  • SD/MMC card slot
  • DVR: Via supported Secure Digital/MultiMediaCard card; 90 minutes of TV video storage on 256MB card
  • Mini A/B USB connector; USIM/UICC card reader; earphone and power jacks
  • Video formats: H.264 AVC QVGA, MPEG-4 SP level 3 QVGA
  • Audio formats: AAC, MP3
  • Image formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG
  • Battery: Rechargeable battery with up to four hours per charge
  • Other features: Five-minute memory buffer for live-TV pause; automatic channel scan; channel listings

Motorola has not yet announced any availability date or pricing information.

Via [IntoMobile]

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