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Top message:  SmartPhone Capabilities for MetroPCS? by PrinceJason   Jan 23, 2010, 5:13 PM

Replying to:  Re: SmartPhone Capabilities for MetroPCS? by AndroidRules   Jan 28, 2010, 9:37 PM

Re: SmartPhone Capabilities for MetroPCS?

by arias415    Jan 30, 2010, 5:06 AM

Both the Code and Blackberry have their GPS enabled and work with google maps. The Code is a Windows mobile 6.1 standard edition phone and will run all software designed to work with this version. The blackberry runs OS 4.5 and works with all software designed for this platform with the exception of streaming media like Pandora. The Blackberry is a CDMA handset and works only in the San Francisco, Sacramento, Atlanta, Florida, Los Angeles and Dallas markets. The Code is AWS as well and adds Detroit, New York, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, D.C., Chicago markets. Blackberries can be readily updated to new os revisions as they are released. Windows mobile phones require the carrier to offer this to their customers (not likely) If you live in a market where the Blackberry works and do not travel to AWS markets get one. If not Code is a good phone but Windows mobile is now the most combersome smartphone operating system out there.

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