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thekiwi

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#21876 9-May-2008 16:37
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Hi all

With all the experts around, thought Id try the collective opinion on replacing my aging Harrier.

Looking for a Telecom phone which does the following:
Primary Requirements
* Wireless Access to home network as well as other Hotspots
* Windows Mobile (prefer version 6). Basically want to keep synching to OUtlook etc, plsu connecting to my Exchange Server would be great

Prefer
*CDMA as well as GSM (think Ive seen some phones which can do both)
* PXT not just Emailing of attachments
* Reasonable quality Camera

Have looked into the Treo WX, but it doesnt to Wifi ... I think, although could have a WiFiCard added?
The Titan doesnt seem to do WiFi ?
The Okta Boss doesnt do WiFi ... although it looks pretty cool (as do all the Okta phones :) )


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  #129711 9-May-2008 16:53
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Port over to Vodafone and get Nokia N82 and use Mail for Exchange for your Exchange ActiveSync.




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  #129714 9-May-2008 16:58
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chiefie: Port over to Vodafone and get Nokia N82 and use Mail for Exchange for your Exchange ActiveSync.


Yea tempted, but where we have just built has very very very poor Vodafone coverage (hill in the way) ... and we are only 2km from town (Gisborne). Unless someone knows how to increase VOdafone signal (does exist in parts of the house) Ive gotta stick with Telecom.

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  #129717 9-May-2008 17:13
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No Windows Mobile devices on the Telecom CDMA network support MMS.









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#129723 9-May-2008 17:22
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The HTC Titan has WiFi, but it's not Windows Mobile 6.




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  #130503 13-May-2008 10:07

I would recommend the HTC Titan or Samsung i325/Global...

Primary Requirements
* Wireless Access to home network as well as other Hotspots
- Wifi on the Titan, not the Global

* Windows Mobile (prefer version 6). Basically want to keep synching to OUtlook etc, plsu connecting to my Exchange Server would be great
- With Exchange Server though alot of extra functionlaity is really brought to you via a WM6 device if you have Exchange Server 2007.
So WM5 would be sufficient... up to you...
Titan is WM5 while Global is WM6 Standard

Prefer
*CDMA as well as GSM (think Ive seen some phones which can do both)
- Hmmmm, World Mode WM Device - Samsung i325/Global.
- Titan CDMA only

* PXT not just Emailing of attachments
...

* Reasonable quality Camera
2MP on Titan.
1.3MP on Global.

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