Video Tour: T-Mobile Wing
May 21, 2007, 11:02 PM by Eric Lin
An introduction to T-Mobile's Wing, their follow up to the MDA Pocket PC Phone.
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T-Mobile's Wing updates the MDA with a sexier body, a better camera, and Windows Mobile 6. We'll show you the ups and downs of this new flagship smartphone in the tour. You can watch it here:
Or visit YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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Wing IM issue
When I was playing with my store's demo I had a problem with not being able to close the IM program from the task manager on the home screen. It eventually stopped responding. After playing around I discovered another option kind of like the processes tab on a PC's task manager that allowed me to close out the IM program.
Did you play with the IM program and if so did you have the same problem?
I think I will stay with my Dash
Sliding Keyboard Turns on Screen
My 6700 does this "feature." Just wanted to let ya know! 😉