Likely follow-ups to the Portégé G900 Windows Mobile phone, a recent FCC filing has publicized photos and many of the technical details of two upcoming devices by Toshiba.
The G910 and G920 will drop their predecessor's sliding keyboard, replacing it with a clamshell design, which does not appear able to rotate for use in portrait mode.
The two devices are physically indistinguishable, and it's currently unclear what difference there is between them.
However, both will share the 3-inch, WVGA (800 by 480 pixel) screen that made the G900 notable, as well as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, dual cameras, 1320 mAh battery, and microSD card slot.
Despite the FCC filing, it's unlikely these devices will be formally released in the U.S.; they feature only tri-band 900/1800/1900 GSM, and single-band 3G, making them almost unusable in North America.
Europe and Asia, however, will likely get their hands on the new devices in the first quarter of next year, though no pricing data is available.