Most, if not all new Korean Samsung's include RCA cables in the box and support tv-out functionality. I was wondering if Samsung was going to include this functionality on the A800, along with their A940/970, even if you have to buy an accessory cable...that would be too cool!
I am currently thinking about purchasing this phone. This phone is only available in Spring. I wonder if it is possible to purchase this phone at full price and use it in Verizon Wireless at all? I am right now using Verizon Wireless. Thank you Confuse One
Man all you guys do is whine about CDMA phones that lack Bluetooth. That phone is fantastic! A big bright display and a 2MP camera the list could go on.
Besides you or I or anyone we might know is not important enough for a Bluetooth headset. I mean come on. Are you a VP at a major company? Are you on the board at Coca-Cola? NO! You only want Bluetooth to make you look important!!
You wanna know something, people talking on a Bluetooh headset look really lame. YOU ARE NOT FOOLING ANYONE! YOUR LIFE IS STILL LAME!! THE HEADSET ONLY MAKES YOUR CALL HOME TO THE WIFE OR MOM SEEM COOLER THAN IT REALLY IS!! Have you ever heard what people talk about on those things? JEEZ! Just keep your phone call short and to the point! You kn... (continues)
Like I mentioned for reasons stated in the new Part 2, I complied with LG's request and covered up the carrier logo on the F7200 keypad.
I'm sure some of you also noticed that it said "Cingular" on the display, and I did not cover that up...
That was intentional. It was not an oversight, and is not any kind of "cheating" with LG's request.
The deal is... what a GSM phone says on the screen is not necessarily the carrier that brands and sells that phone. Depending on how the phone and/or SIM chip are configured, the name on the screen is usually that of the carrier that sold the SIM, or the current network the phone may be roaming on.
So the fact that it says "Cingular" on the screen means very little and doesn't necessarily gives... (continues)
Someone down there at the show, get some information and lots of new pictures of the motorola i930 with different screens. ask what the deal is on the phone and release date and why it's taking so long to approve this phone. Thanks
It's not the phone manufacturers who dictate what goes on inside the phone, but the CARRIERS.
The carriers (mostly CDMA) dont want Bluetooth enabled phones to be on their shelves because it eats away their profit margins from using the "extra services" they provide. (ie music downloads, software downloads etc)
any new estimates from Samsung? A very connected guy over at howard forums says the phone is to be finished with mass testing by the end of this month, with the phones being shipped from Korea and positioned here for it to be available by late April.
Where is the speakerphone?!!! this phone would be perfect if it had peakerphone and was on Verizon!!! If I bought it retail and put it on verizon service, would it work and what functions would be disabled and would text messaging be better? thanks
I am always amazed that more carriers don't spend the extra money and make their GSM phones Quad-Band (850/900/1800/1900) instead of coming out with one or even two tri-band versions of the same phone.
I realize that very few people actually seek out quad-band phones, but if you're making the phone capable for three frequencies, why not four?
Perhaps the rest of the manufacturers know something that Motorola will not admit - that squeezing 4 radios in these compact phones affects RF performance.
Anyway I will continue to only purchase quad-band, as the last thing I want to do is get stuck wishing I had GSM 900 in Gabon or GSM 1800 in Trinidad. And you pretty much need 850/1900 here in the states. Oh well.