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Topic # 5172 5-Oct-2005 09:20
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Just while i was typing out this reply on another topic, near the end i thought of this...


"Hmmm... I wonder if there will be a Smartphone 4 with 3G features and WM5 OS?"

If so, that'll be sufficient for me on my laptop-mobile-on-the-go, probably be better option than Jasjar perhaps...


Seriously though if there is a 3G Smartphone 4... i'd love that!




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Reply # 21042 5-Oct-2005 10:47
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Not sure about 3G UMTS yet, but the i-mate SP5 and SP5m are just around the corner.

They come with GSM/GPRS/Bluetooth/Wi-Fi. Really neat devices - saw these last week.







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Reply # 21046 5-Oct-2005 11:26
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mmmm sounds like a bomb.. shame it doesn't supports V3G/UMTS.



perhaps SP6?


p/s: What happen to SP4?




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