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Jul 1, 2004, 11:40 AM

signal strength

i have had SE for a long time...they usually lack signal strength...but they make up for it in every other possible way...also it probably wont be released to a carrier in the US due to the fact that the P900 never was...and I think its going to be just as pricy as the P900 is...
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Jun 30, 2004, 10:17 PM

Well, now I may change my mind.

I was planning on leaving T-mobile eventually, but now this awesome phone comes out and it may be offered by T-mobile! I may just try to live with the intermittent reception just so I can have this phone. Check out that beautiful high resolution screen. And 1.3 mega pixels! And all of the other goodies.
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Jun 29, 2004, 7:40 PM


GAH! I'm beginning to get very angry with my limited selection of Verizon phones! Damn you, Phonepimp!
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Mar 9, 2004, 1:24 PM
over in the "Sony Ericsson Launches 2004 Portfolio" discussion:


Is this the T650 that everyone has been talking about? Looks like it to me.
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Mar 9, 2004, 3:10 PM
over in the "Sony Ericsson Launches 2004 Portfolio" discussion:

T637 + K700!!!

Very Happy And I was all excited for the T637 finally coming to America. I guess I i'll be getting the K700 instead. Sony makes the sweetest phones! Come Cingular don't let me down!!! GET ME THESE PHONES NOW!!
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Mar 9, 2004, 2:01 PM
over in the "Sony Ericsson Launches 2004 Portfolio" discussion:


I really like what i have seen of this phone. And there is 3DJava! Saw a demo of a tennis game and it looked awesome and i hate tennis. Go to sonyericsson's website and it has a whole flash presentation of this phone.
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