Preview: Sidekick LX 2009
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According to phonearena.com...
If that is true, then it is compatible for on AT&T's 3G network.
http://www.phonearena.com/htmls/T-Mobile-Sidekick-LX ... »
Early prototype versions did, and an early draft of T-Mobile's spec sheet did say that, but the final version does not have it, and the final T-Mobile spec sheet shows that. I've confirmed this with both T-Mobile ...
upgrade in december
So will I be able to get the phone for the cheaper price?
& also what is Push notifications? i know that might seem off topic but i dont know what it is. ok thanks alot!
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looks great, but...
It does have YouTube.
When will it be a smart phone?
Okay yeah I don't think I will ever understand how this phone, that changes very little every year, ever got so popular.
There are tons of good texting phones out there and they are usually cheaper. I mean what is so great about this phone the poor camera? Or the fact that it flips up? Or that you have to have the phone in two hands to use?
Seriously why is this phone listed as a Smartphone everywhere I look? Is there something about it that I just don't get? Is it because a few famous people use it on T-Mobile commercials? Or that you can get the D-Wade edition or the Slim Shady edition or whatever cool edition there is that makes the phone an extra...
will it b able to play mpegs?
Sync Google Through Exchange?
Is the WCDMA 2100...?
On Phone Scoop, "2100" always means the European 3G band (band I). We always refer to AWS (band IV) as just "1700", so as not to confuse it with anything European.