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dan67

Nov 3, 2005, 8:53 PM

QWERTY?!?!

For all of you who have purchased this phone, does the QWERTY keyboard work beyond text messaging? (To DO List, Emails, Calendar?) And for those of you with cingular, how do you like the way that you can check your emails on it? is it convenient?
gadgeTT

Oct 20, 2005, 12:55 PM

Voice dial via Bluetooth?

I already have a Moto MPx220 and while I mostly enjoy using the phone, I hate the fact that I can't voice dial via a Bluetooth headset connection. My car even has Bluetooth now, but all I can do with it answer a call, end a call, redial the last number, and talk once a call is in progress.

This Samsung phone also lists "speaker-independant voice recognition" for the voice dialing just like my Moto. Does anyone know if this new Samsung phone has the same limitation whereby it won't allow voice dialing via Bluetooth?

If the voice dial works via Bluetooth, it might be worth checkout out the phone just to get that and EDGE; two features I wish my Moto had.
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Magn3t0

Nov 2, 2005, 10:48 PM

nokia n92

hey a new phone with the same form factor. Sony ericsson will probably make their own version.
fonaphile

Oct 29, 2005, 4:27 PM

Platform/OS? Anyone?

Does anyone know what operating system this phone uses? I've never owned a samsung. Is it something I would've heard of (windows mobile, symbian, etc.) or is it a Samsung thing?

Help.
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biggshaad

Oct 20, 2005, 11:02 PM

go to your local cingular store

i'm going tomorrow to cingular to check out if i want to buy this phone cause just like everyone else i love phones also
so before people judge the phone go check out the features and come back and tell the rest of us
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annointed_one

Oct 28, 2005, 10:42 PM

Hope this is better...

I hope this is better than Samsung's efforts with the P207. The P207 boasted a sexy look and cool features at an entry level price before it came out, and then when it was released, customers were cursed with lag, reboots, frozen menu screens, and mp3 ringtones with the volume of an ant in labor at a rock concert. Hopefully this device will do what Samsung boasts that it will do and not lie. Heck, I hope it can at least ring and vibrate AT THE SAME TIME.

Thank you for listening. I'll be here all week. Good night.
Magn3t0

Oct 21, 2005, 9:41 AM

samsung copied the mpx 300 design...lol

mpx 300 > d307
anyways is there any other handset out there that has the same design? and wats with the color scheme, black keys on a chrome face plate?
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Rsxguy02

Oct 26, 2005, 10:08 AM

Getting these today or tomorrow

We are getting 2 of these in today or tomorrow. I work at a COR store in CT.
aber

Oct 20, 2005, 3:53 PM

That's a good looking stupid phone!

Why in the world would they not make this a smart phone? BRING BACK THE MPX!!! PLEASE!!!
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madseason179

Oct 22, 2005, 12:06 PM

does this phone have

does this phone have AIM with a full buddy list like the side kick
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Elnegro54

Oct 20, 2005, 12:50 PM

The 1st

yea i'm the first to write in this thread Very Happy this is a really good phone and it said wireless modemn connectivity so do's this mean this phone is always connected to edge like the sidekick II is always connected to GSPR? o and i saw that listed on cingulars website not phonescoop. Everybody must had forgot this phone was coming out.
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SmartAccessCCrep

Oct 22, 2005, 11:17 AM

Not all that bad

the phone is not bad. so what that it doesnt have a camera. doesnt need it. this phone is going with the trend of having a QWERTY keypad. also it is good for people that only text message or use it for business wise.
 
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