I have the US version?
The box says "Wide tri-band support; EGSM850, EGSM900, and GSM1800/1900." I'm on the Cingular network and this phone has been working just fine. This phone was purchased in Thailand.
Is there any other way to check what frequencies it supports?
850 version available in Canada...but not U.S.
I love Nokia phones, but I live in the States. Nokia doesn't seem to have lots of love for the U.S.
They have released the 850 version of the 6300 for Canada, but it's locked to Fido.
C'mon Nokia...what gives already???
U.S. version now expected Q2
First it was Q1. Then it was "might not be released". Also thrown in the mix was end of '07. A nokia rep told me yesterday that the latest word is "Q2".
So...anytime before the summer, Nokia might actually release the 850 version.
release in USA??
AD more discussions below...
Although 88% of today's cell phones come with Web-browsing capabilities and more than 117 million people owned such phones in October, only 16.6% of these customers used their browsers to surf the Internet that month.
So, while Nokia has yet to roll out 3G devices stateside, I wonder if it is even that relevant. A little sarcasm.
where to get the 850 version in the USA?
is this the RAM?
Old n new
I have seen it for sale on a number of sites that sell unlocked GSM phones, but I think I'd rather wait to see where it pops up in the U.S. before going that route.
Flash lite 2.0?
Could this be the start of flash enabled browsers on regular cellphones? (Other than VZW, that is) Will we soon be able to guffaw at random things on Youtube wherever we wish? Could the near future bring the ability to demonstrate the hilarity of homestarrunner.com to coworkers anytime I wish?
Damn, that's cool.