When will this phone be released? and How can one get it even if it might not be in the US?
If u have any ans for me holla back!
I saw that this phone has an 850MHz version. I've searched the web far and wide for it, but can't find it. Any ideas where I can find it? I would get the 900 version which has ther 1900MHz band, but Cingular 1900 doesn't work for **** at my house. AT&T's 850 works great.
Any info would be appreciated.
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BTW, if someone finds it for me, there's a Gmail acct waiting for them.
where can I find the North American version?
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I'm stock with my contract with cingular because it would cost me more to leave than to get a new phone.
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i just got this phone and when i switched it on its text was in some asian language. It had some text and the word SIM was among the asian lettering, along side it it hade the exclamation mart (!). I can't seem to get passed this screen. I don't have any service yet, i.e. I don't have a sim card, but shouldn't I be able to do other stuff like change the language and all other sorts without a sim card?
the message is probably telling me there is no sim card.
If there is anyone who can help me with this I'll appreciate it.
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Bought it. Awesome. Have questions
A. I'm currently using T-Zones GPRS with T-Mobile, but it seems that downloading files or applications is restricted to anything less than a specific size. For instance, I can download a 200kb app, but I can't download a 1.? mb MP3. I tried to load a picture that was around 500kb but that didn't work either. Anytime you try to download above this "download cap", if it exists, i get an error that reads "Web: Reply Unknown".
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