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Topic # 3560 28-Feb-2005 16:22
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does anyone know when this phone is coming out? It was supposed to be out early february, but its the last day of february now and its still not out

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  Reply # 13204 28-Feb-2005 16:24
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Its out now with a price of $599, looks good. Shame it doesn't have push 2 talk. Have seen it with my own eyes



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  Reply # 13205 28-Feb-2005 16:28
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oh k, Its not on the telecom site, thats why I didn't think It was out. thanks

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 13206 28-Feb-2005 16:41
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You can look but you cant buy it till 2morro

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  Reply # 13233 1-Mar-2005 22:52
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Have just spent the day using one of these.

Its not worth $599 IMO. Its just an X609 with camera+video really.
Its nice, but only $349 nice.

Back to my Sanyo 7400 - P2T rocks. I use it HEAPS




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  Reply # 13460 11-Mar-2005 01:48
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Its a good phone for a Samsung... I see Samsung as the low end manufacturer of Telecom handsets.


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  Reply # 13493 11-Mar-2005 21:09
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To be fair, how many people are using Corporate WAP in NZ (on Telecom), and of those, how many would choose the A680 vs the 7400 (not many, if any.....)





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  Reply # 13734 21-Mar-2005 22:51
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Also no "tethered data" support AFAIK. So no using it as a modem via usb cable.




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  Reply # 13990 5-Apr-2005 16:43
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Just a couple of notes....

The A680 will only crash on certan off site pages. These are either pages served from a incorrectly configured server, or pages that are badly written (or both).

The x609 is a WAP1 handset. The A680 is WAP2.




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Reply # 13993 5-Apr-2005 17:33
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The A680 can take small video clips but can not send them, Are you sure?

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Reply # 13999 5-Apr-2005 20:39
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It can't be true, because Telecom promote this handset as supporting Video Messaging. That would obviously be false advertising if the handset were unable to send videos!

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Reply # 14000 5-Apr-2005 20:50
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They have all these new ads on TV tonight with advertising make useless videos and send them T3G and it does not even use there T3G network.

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Reply # 14003 5-Apr-2005 21:29
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The same could probably be said about push to talk.

Don't forget that 'T3G' is Telecom marketing lingo rather than a technical term. It can encompass any services that Telecom want it to, irrespective of whether those services utilise CDMA EV-DO or not.

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  Reply # 14008 5-Apr-2005 23:08

does def send video messages

video messaging is overrated due to low frame rates and quality loss. Beggars can't be choosers though

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