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#3410 10-Feb-2004 11:06
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Check out the pics on www.mobileburn.com

Be quick in case SE try and get them to remove it

Looks very nice if it is the mystical T650......I want one !!!


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  #3414 10-Feb-2004 12:17
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looks nice, the edges look a bit sharp, should've kept the keypad the same as the t630 one. I hope they'd made a big improvement to the specs. I'm more interested in the p200, supposed to be a smaller/simpler version of p800/900.

 
 
 
 


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  #3449 11-Feb-2004 10:14
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I will soon have the T630 firmware that works on the T610 available.
When I've got it I'll post the results and if anyone is interested I'll do their phone for them too.




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  #3486 13-Feb-2004 09:21
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The T630 is no longer listed as "Coming Soon" in the New Zealand section of the Sony Ericsson website. No news from Vodafone yet though.

NB: The colours which are listed as available are Black AND White :D

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  #3542 16-Feb-2004 13:17
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I installed the My Friends app on my T610 to give a run.
It's useless though, it needs a server to log into which would be provided by Vodafone.
Does anyone known if Vodafone NZ has any plans to support Wireless Villlage?




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  #3543 16-Feb-2004 13:32
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whats the point if no one uses it

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  #3544 16-Feb-2004 13:46
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Well if they introduce it... people might use it...

 
 
 
 


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#3593 17-Feb-2004 12:07
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Some more info on the rumoured successor to the T630. The T650

The link below shows a pic of the T650, the text as you see is in russian but below is a translation. specs look good =0)

http://www.mobile-review.com/news.php?language=ru#news2115

Translation

On following photo is presented Sony Ericsson T650, about fast appearance which we already wrote. Will be supported network GSM/GPRS/EGPRS 850/900/1800/1900МГц, GPRS Class 12 and additional support cosounding board AMR. Either as predecessors (SE T610/630), given model will is equipped by IK and Bluetooth interface, наличествовать built-in 1.3-мегапиксельная camera, colour display with permit 176x220 pixels, 8Мб built-in memory and support of the cards of the expansion Memory Stick Duo, built-in system of the recognition of the voice, support стереозвучания (the stereo-garniture), support format MPEG1 layer 3(MP3) and MPEG4/3GPP. Since company Ericsson is one of the key contributorses of the consortium, that wholly probably that built-in adapter Bluetooth will answer the standard Bluetooth 1.2 (the relationship on distance before 100м). The Probable appearance of the novelty on the market – begin summer 2004.

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  #3595 17-Feb-2004 12:40
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will it be an upgraded t610/30 or something new like a series 60 symbian phone?

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  #3597 17-Feb-2004 13:54
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most likely an evolution of the current models.......but you never know. I guess we'll find out soon enough =0)

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  #4088 7-Mar-2004 22:04
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did that last sentence mean t650 will have 100m bluetooth? that would be the ultimate bluejacking weapon.

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  #4090 7-Mar-2004 23:36
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Nope. Bluetooth 1.2 introduces Adaptative Frequency Hopping, to avoid conflicts with wi-fi and other ISM uses, and a faster device discovery and setup. Devices are still classified in Class 2 (10m) and Class 1 (100m). Mobile phones are in effect class 2.




 

 

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  #4151 10-Mar-2004 13:43
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hmm that sneak peak of the "t650" from that unreleased video from se was actually something else, k700. its got the same res as a s60 phone but its not, more like a small upgrade of the t630. check www.howardchui.com

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#4173 11-Mar-2004 11:15
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you are right the T650 was a rumour name. The phone now is officially the K700, and it looks pretty swish. Check out also www.mobile-review.com for pics and a run down. It looks like it will be a similar price to the T610 (around $350 USD, hopefully NZD will remain strong) when its released in the 2Q so it might be worth holding off on the T630 if you want something to show off.

Even swisher is the SE S700 which is a swivel phone with 1.3M pixel camera and MS Duo support, this will be released 4Q.




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  #4174 11-Mar-2004 11:19
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We have some information on these new phones and pictures of this new Sony Ericsson Z700 and others.




 

 

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