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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Cellebrite launches touch-screen tablet to transfer mobile content

Cellebrite, which currently dominates Point-of-Sale mobile content backup and transfer with its UME-36 PRO device, has launched a new 7-inch tablet for retailers. It’s called the Cellebrite Touch and is capable of transferring a customer’s mobile content to a new phone and installing mobile applications or content at the point of purchase.

The Cellebrite Touch also incorporates WiFi and Bluetooth with several optional applications including firmware flashing.

Yossi Carmil, co-CEO of Cellebrite, said “We are confident that the new Cellebite Touch will enable us to maintain our reputation for innovation and our leading market share by helping our mobile operator customers and retailers to improve customer service and drive sales of mobile applications and content at the point of sale.”

We spoke to Dror Haliva of Cellebrite last year – and there’ll be a new interview with  Dave Golding, the company’s Director of Sales, online next week. Tomorrow’s podcast includes a short clip of Dave explaining more about the Cellebrite Touch.
Author: The Fonecast
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1/13/2011 8:18 AM

I appreciate your post, thanks for sharing the post, i would like to hear more about this in future

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