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  Reply # 18530 16-Aug-2005 23:28
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while I agree with the public statements made by Telecom, every new device must be treated individually, and Sprint device does not mean the PTC will come any sooner, or for that matter, later.

2MP, 5MP even 8MP cameras is speculation, especially when you mention time frames.

And as for

>I reliable source inside the handset development circles tell me that Sanyo have indicated they will be putting Bluetooth in some future handsets. No idea of when though.

There are so many NDA's around device development, especially with regards to Sprint, that if you have indeed been told this information, it is either made up by the source, or the source is involved in breaking the law.

Would you like to let us know who your source is. I will be happy to talk to them.

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Reply # 18533 16-Aug-2005 23:41
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Felix: 2MP, 5MP even 8MP cameras is speculation, especially when you mention time frames.

The only MP rating i have talked about arriving here on CDMA is 2MP. And yes, its speculation, but probably a fair guess i should think (i cant see it being any longer than 1 year before TNZ introduces one)

And as for
>I reliable source inside the handset development circles tell me that Sanyo have indicated they will be putting Bluetooth in some future handsets. No idea of when though.
There are so many NDA's around device development, especially with regards to Sprint, that if you have indeed been told this information, it is either made up by the source, or the source is involved in breaking the law.

Either of the scenarios is plausible (Made up or illegal). I was not told this in confidence, and no timeframe was given (other than 'not in the very near future').

Would you like to let us know who your source is. I will be happy to talk to them.
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Let me sleep on that one eh? :-P




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