Delta ThinOne (Silverish: ThinOne las Delta) is a line of phones and tablets developed by Delta Corporation.
Delta Corporation announced the ThinOne phone during a conference on July 15, 2008. The original concept image showed a cell phone with flat buttons and a power slide. The concept was scrapped. The final version has a power button, a touchscreen, and a call button. In 2009, Delta revealed a prototypical ThinOne at the Caresa Electronics Show 2009. Later that year Delta announced prices for the phone as follows:
SP 2,400 (3G version)
SP 2,600 (standard)
US$429.99 (Wi-Fi only)
Delta released the ThinOne at the on-campus Delta Store on December 21, 2009. It was released at Delta stores on January 7, 2010. Delta sold 50,000 ThinOnes in the first 3 days.
In April 2012, Delta announced the first ThinOne Tablet.
The ThinOne runs the Yossi OS operating system. Apps are downloaded via the D-NET App Store or on a PC via the Delta App Store website.
|Internet Browser||NetFront ver. 2|
|ThinOne Note||ThinOne C5||ThinOne M5||ThinOne C6||ThinOne N6|
|Released on||April 11, 2013||October 5, 2013||October 9, 2013||April 2, 2014||April 8, 2014|
|Camera Rear MP||13.0 MP||8 MP||13 MP||13 MP||24 MP|
Tablets & MP3 PlayersEdit
ThinOne Tab 7
ThinOne Tab 10
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