I expected a $700 launch price, but at just $599NZD with no contract, this is likely to single handedly render a couple of the existing models in Telecoms lineup obsolete (the 7500 and the 6255), unless those other models have a specific feature that the buyer requires (Like Nokias market-leading but not-quite-perfect PCSuite, to sync with Outlook).
The phone supports MP3, AAC and AAC+ although at the time of writing, the Telecom website has a few typos, and refers to the "ACC" and "ACC+" file formats.
All the usual mid range clamshell camera phone features are present, and the device supports bluetooth printing as well as speaker independant voice recognition (Sanyo users will be familiar with this).
Other related posts:
How to update your XT Galaxy S to Android 2.2 Froyo
Download Samsung KIES 2.0
Running an Android Task Killer? Get rid of it, and get your battery back.
Comment by juha, on 7-Apr-2006 11:57
Bluetooth! Nice. Looks like the email client still locked to Xtra though.
Comment by bradstewart, on 7-Apr-2006 12:56
You forgot to add it has bluetooth. The only Telecom phone other than the nokias. Thats a BIG plus
Comment by paradoxsm, on 8-Apr-2006 13:42
Shame it's still lightsurf enabled (no ringtone forwarding, images resized to a tiny res when sent)
Comment by bradstewart, on 9-Apr-2006 19:35
OK thats my bad....going blind in my old age. I spent ages reading and rereading trying to find mention of bluetooth. Hmmmmm
Add a comment
Please note: comments that are inappropriate or promotional in nature will be deleted.
E-mail addresses are not displayed, but you must enter a valid e-mail address to confirm your comments.
Are you a registered Geekzone user? Login to have the fields below automatically filled in for you and to enable links in comments. If you have (or qualify to have) a Geekzone Blog then your comment will be automatically confirmed and shown in this blog post.