Motorola i605 / i615
Any recommedations for Bluetooths for Samsung A930?
Using i605 phonebook after service terminated
the statement from another user review:
http://reviews.cnet.com/4864-6454_7-31355177.html?me ... »
My service was cut off because of financial reasons
and when I tried to access the stored phone numbers
to call from my home phone,
the screen was cut off as well with the service.
Loaded it with i325 antenna
and attached it to my i605.
So far it seems to work very well! The mechanical properties of the connector for the two antennas are identical and it would appear that the electromagnetic properties are, ahem, compatible.
That is to say, I think I am getting the same or better radiated transmit power with the transplanted antenna.
I did this because
- I hate the extend/retract routine
- the antenna is nice to grab when removing the phone from the holster
- I want optimal signal strength for incoming call notifications
- I am sick of accidentally retracting the antenna during a call by running it into the brim
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does this phone have full bluetooth functionallity?
Does work with Mobile Email Enhanced
In fact, it does. I'm using it!
Very handy Java app-- just run it in the background and all email (and calendar, contact) info is pushed out to the phone as it happens. Much nicer than using a WAP interface for email.
Not quite a blackberry, esp. w/o QWERTY keyboard (which can be added when needed), but a step in that direction.
The Email app doesn't appear to be a huge draw on battery life, although it seems that the battery will last longer without it running. Leaving it running is the whole point, though, so that your email will just "be there" when you have a few seconds to look at it.
One of the best parts about Mobile Email Enhanced is that...
did it again
COST OF THE P777 AND V635??
Pic of Haier's P7 Pen phone?
What happened to T-Mobile?
Am I wrong Rich Brome?
I would like to see a megapixel phone with video capture for T-Mobile.
Is there anything coming out like that for T-Mobile?
Thumb covering service provider logos on all LG pics!?
Is it me, or does it appear like you're purposely covering up the service provider logos on all the pics of the LG phones? In all the pics, your thumb and index finger are right where the logos would be located. Just looking at the pics of the VX4700, your thumb is right where the Verizon logo would be and in the pics of the F9100, your thumb and index finger are covering the locations of the Cingular logos. I'm assuming that LG told you to do that before taking pictures but everyone already knows that the VX4700 is for Verizon and F9100 is for Cingular. The logos are also covered in the pics of the other LG models.
How much will it cost?
I am glad to see a Bletooth Samsung phone for T-Mobile.
The one major problem is the money problem.
T-Mobile has very expensive phones for example the Samsung P735 (the swivelling flip phone) costs $500!!!
The SGH-E865 will have Bluetooth and will record video longer.
Can I expect a price of $600?
Is Samsung going to come out with any Bluetooth phones?
Is Bluetooth a risky technology that Samsung does not feel is important?
I mean Bluetooth isn't for everyone, but you would think that Samsung would have at least one phone that includes Bluetooth.
Why no new verizon world phones?