Windows Mobile Professional
Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC Upgrade
After doing research it turns out that my Siemens SX56 with AT&T Wireless may roll it out soon (1st Quarter 2004), but can't confirm a date yet. T-Mobile allegedly will also release the upgrade soon, but no set date known either.
The new 2003 Pocket PC OS (which by now should be 2004) is very nice. I hope AT&T and T-Mobile actually offer it soon, everybody else is starting to offer the upgrade on www.pocketpc.com.
Right now my carrier is ATT, and they only have GSM devices, which don't cut it in my area.
Does anyone have any experience with the Samsung models and Verizon Service? Doe these operation well as phones or is there some compromises involved in the "PDA with cell anteanna and headphonse jack" devices?
Also, any ideas on when the carriers will be upgrading to the newer MS 2003 OS?
Are there other Smart Phones I should be looking at? The only clam shell one that seems workable is the Samsung i600. I have heard that it may have a foldable keyboard accessory, but I can't seem to find it.
To answer your first question, when I say "we" I mean my company (Virtual Office) because we are authorized agents for all of the major nationwide carriers. I am the President of the company, but am very hands on and involved with the day-to-day changes in technologies and devices.
As far as the carriers offering Windows Mobile 2003 software, Verizon and T-Mobile seems to be stepping up to the plate, but AT&T is dragging their feet on this one. Coincidently, Verizon and T-Mobile are the carriers that we have the best experiences with.
When it comes to Smartphones or Pocket PC phones - being that I have both, Pocket PC offers a slightly more robust operating system and ease of use, while the Smartphone versions are a "slim...