CTIA Fall 2005
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Sep 28, 2005, 2:00 AM by Eric Lin and Rich Brome
On-the-scene coverage of CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2005. Exclusive photos and hot info from the show floor in San Francisco. Announcements from Kyocera, Audiovox, Cingular, and more.
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CTIA's Wireless IT & Entertainment trade show took place this week in San Francisco. This annual show is much smaller than CTIA's spring show, yet still never fails to provide a handful of interesting announcements for the US market. When it first started, the show focused on mobile data and the enterprise market, but in recent years has expanded to include other types of data services and content, such as entertainment.
The focus is still squarely on data services and content, not phones per se. That's why many larger phone makers like Motorola, Samsung, and LG don't even bother to exhibit on the show floor. But each year a few smaller manufacturers like Kyocera and Audiovox (now UTStarcom) take advantage of the silence from the big boys, and announce a few phones while the industry is gathered in one place and they can get some attention. This year was no exception.
In-depth review of T-Mobile's feature-packed MDA Windows Mobile PDA phone, AKA the HTC Wizard. With Video Tour.
In-Depth Review of the sleek Kyocera Jet EVDO phone for the new content-oriented MVNO Amp'd.
Our report from CES in Las Vegas. Hands-on with Cingular 3G phones, Moto ROKR E2, Sony Ericsson W810, new Samsung sliders, Pantech's new lineup, and more!
Live daily coverage of CTIA Wireless 2005, North America's premier cell phone event. Exclusive photos and hot info from the show floor in New Orleans.
Jul 25, 2005
Amp'd today has announced the first handset they will carry at launch. The Kyocera Jet is based on the Slider Remix.
Samsung - Shameful D307
😡 Disappointed !!!
firstly, the bluetooth is a superb step, as well as the dual hinge mechanism. i w...
where is the razr?
No new LG phones for Verizon?
The 5200 and 8100 are still pretty new, and the 9800 is the newest.
Whatever's next just hasn't leaked out yet, but rest assured there's something on the roadmap.
is it the new windows mobile?
is there a camera?
what kind of battery (especially with the hard drive)?
But yes, it is the new Windows Mobile 5, and it has a camera and Bluetooth.
Could you post some pics? 😁
...or you could just go to your local Best Buy... 😉