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#2007 9-Aug-2004 12:15
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Does anyone know if Telecom has this in the pipeline? Its a great pda/phone combo which their phone parnter Sprint has

Does anyone know??????

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#7632 9-Aug-2004 12:35
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I saw a Treo 600 CDMA (with a Sprint logo) connected to the Telecom CDMA network a few months ago. At that time I was told it was coming. Since then it went into sleep and didn't hear anything new.




 

 

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#7633 9-Aug-2004 13:32
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This would definitely fill a gap in their range, because there must be plenty of people who would want a low end smartphone. The Kyocera PalmOS device that they've been selling for $1599 for god knows how long is a joke!

 
 
 
 


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#7640 9-Aug-2004 19:32
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Telecom also has a Windows Mobile 2003 based PDA called the Falcon which works well, the price is still around the $1600 mark though and is sold as a predominantly data device, hence the priing is based on the data plan instead of the calling plan.
There is an HTC Harrier in the pipeline also, I believe a version of this has been reviewed on Geekzone. The Harrier is also Windows based

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#7641 9-Aug-2004 19:38
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We have the Falcon review here on Geekzone. The HTC Harrier is the CDMA version of the XDA III (the one with a slider keyboard). The HTC Blue Angel is the GSM version. The CDMA version does not come with wi-fi, but AFAIK comes with Bluetooth. It should be here soon.




 

 

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#7645 10-Aug-2004 09:55
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Is the 600 not being replaced by the Ace ? Would be crazy for Telecom to bring in an end of line handset like the 600 - but stranger things have happened.

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