Orange to Introduce Hi-Def Mobile TV
| by Shayne Rana |
Orange has announced plans to launch high definition mobile TV in Europe. France, to be more specific. The service will be available on Orange’s 3G+ UMA platform through a new and exclusive handset from LG, the LG Secret KF757. The device will be the first UMA handset to include the Orange TV Player, Orange's mobile TV software that will enable users to channel surf and consult a guide to programs showing on each channel.
In September this year, Orange announced the world’s first 3G+ UMA platform. The network intelligently chooses the best connection available – Orange Livebox, WiFi or 3G+ – offering optimal TV quality more cost-effectively when in a WiFi environment. With the new LG Secret KF757, Orange is extending its portfolio of 3G+ UMA devices to deliver the best personal TV experience possible with high definition mobile television.
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