Sanyo's First Direct Connect Phones Approved By FCC
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Feb 22, 2008, 3:57 PM by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 23, 2008, 1:53 PM
Today documents on the FCC site revealed the PRO 700 and PRO 200 phones from Sanyo. Both are clamshell CDMA phones with dual displays, EVDO data, Bluetooth, and Direct Connect Push-To-Talk capability. Not much else is shown in the documents, although there is no indication that either phone has a camera nor memory card slot. Sprint has announced plans to introduce a CDMA-based version of Direct Connect to eventually replace the aging iDEN system and legacy ReadyLink technology. This PRO series from Sanyo - along with the recently-approved Samsung Z400 - are expected to be among the first phones to support the new Direct Connect service.
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Does anyone actually WANT DirectConnect/PTT?
I don't know any regular folks who still uses it
ok yet I know hundreds!
It's most juts obnoxious when used by anyone other than emergency personnel. I don't know any regular folks who still uses it anymore.
Btw, why is it ob...
I didn't think the Pro series was still coming
Welcome to the end of nextel!!!
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it looks like a rugged katana II.
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see what SPRINT plans for the nesxt few months
sprint or qwest