The 8 million probably unanswerable questions I have...
First off, I have Cingular, and apparently the only way a phone will work is if it's 850/1800... I remember that it has to be 850 in the beginning. I live in South NJ, if that helps anybody.
So the problem is, supposedly there is an 850 version, but I can't find that anywhere. And everybody thinks this phone is going to be picked up by Cingular, so if everybody is so sure about that, why won't they say that on any website?
And, finally, does anybody have any idea when this phone is coming or what's holding it up so much? Is it the push-to-talk?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Who is going to carry the phone
Bigger than I expected
Questions before purchasing this phone
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Does anyone know how to use VPN, Push for Talk features? Also how do you connect to Cingular's site from the phone.
Help me understand the frequencies and unlocking phones
Does anyone see where the cameras at ?
6260 vs. 6600
I am currently using a Sony Ericsson K700i, and I have found that it has a limited SyncML capability. Basically what happens is that when I do a sync (either using Sony’s software, or native Bluetooth PIM Sync) my Outlook information is transferred over only partially. For example, my meetings will not have full subjects, or bodies, and my address book info is limited to phone numbers and a single line in the notes field.
I am curious if the 6260 has a more robust sync ability, like the SE 910.
Push-To-Talk and a Bluetooth headset...
Just when I decide on a phone, along comes another good one...
I've had AT&T for years and want to stay with them. This phone has most of the features I am looking for, I just hope I don't give in and switch to Verizon for the V710.
I guess the reality is that there will always be another good phone over the horizon just daring someone to wait for it.
disclaimer: nothing against Verizon, I am just happy with AT&T.