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Topic # 4483 25-Jul-2005 22:43
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Is imate pocketpc phone edition same ad XDA II

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Reply # 17054 25-Jul-2005 22:51
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Yes, but with small differences in operator configuration, distributed software, software levels.




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  Reply # 17055 25-Jul-2005 23:14
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You mean there are not the same instrument.

I went to the agent of imate and show him my pocketpc phone edition, and he said that it goes by another name, which is XDA II. Is this true

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  Reply # 17056 25-Jul-2005 23:17
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Yes, it is true. They are all based on the same model from HTC, called Hymalaia. As I said there will be differences - the O2 XDAII is branded by British operator O2, but also sold outside the network. T-Mobile also sells it as MDA II. And i-mate branded it as i-mate Pocket PC Phone Edition. You can also find it as QTEK in some countries in Europe.


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