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Topic # 8688 21-Jul-2006 23:46
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When is VF scheduled to launch HSDPA and how soon can we expect to see it on handheld devices such as those by HTC?




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Reply # 42210 22-Jul-2006 00:11
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No dates are set yet, but September seems a good bet. I've seen a couple of PC Cards and a mobile phone. As for smart devices, there's no information on those yet...





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  Reply # 42222 22-Jul-2006 11:45
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I like the look of the HTC Hermes, shame about the colour tho




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  Reply # 42238 22-Jul-2006 17:23
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freitasm: Ooops... My fault, it's HSDPA as well, and yes I saw it connected to Vodafone, for testing...





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Reply # 42244 22-Jul-2006 17:52
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freitasm: Yes, I was there (http://www.geekzone.co.nz/freitasm/368), but the devices we are talking about were not available back then. The latest news however are on these blog posts:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/freitasm/834

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/freitasm/873


I can't say more than this...



Thanks so much for that, I look forward to reading all about it. Much appreciated.

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  Reply # 42292 24-Jul-2006 07:07
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Here is a very basic review of the Vodafone HSDPA card in UK

http://www.stuffmag.co.uk/hotstuffarticle.asp?de_id=2077


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