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Motorola Wi-Fi Phone Approved by FCC

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Jul 1, 2004, 2:53 PM   by (staff)

The FCC today approved the Motorola CN620, the first phone capable of operating on both mobile and Wi-Fi networks. Although the phone was developed by Motorola's iDEN group, the phone supports only GSM and Wi-Fi networks. Voice calls started on Wi-Fi networks can be handed off to a GSM network. The reverse is possible only for certain types of calls. Features of the phone include a large color main display, an external display, speakerphone, eight-way navigation, and PTT (push-to-talk). Although the prototype approved by the FCC operates only on GSM networks, FCC documents reveal that the final model will support all three major types of Wi-Fi (802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11a), as well as quad-band GSM.

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bones boy

Jul 15, 2004, 7:09 AM

Love the MOTO quad-band mentality

As the only cell phone manufacturer consistenly making quad-band cell phones, they will continue to get my business. They are proof that it's not very hard to incorporate all 4 GSM bands into one phone, yet the other manufacturers seem to be asleep at the wheel here. SonyEricsson, for one, could gobble up some of Motos market-share here.

Now a phone with quad-band and the three Wi-Fi networks as well? I'm ready to buy it!
I love there quad band ideas to but there phone quality sucks. there always somesort of software issue with there phones. Wink

Jul 1, 2004, 3:45 PM

This phone scares me...

One step closer to world-wide subjugation by cell-phones.
muchdrama said:
One step closer to world-wide subjugation by cell-phones.

You just wait until we have a bone-conduction-PCS-GPS-smart-ID-kill-switch implanted in our skulls at birth by the World Government, and a bar ...
I, for one, welcome our new cell phone overlords.
so don't buy it and put your aluminum foil hat back on!
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