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Apr 20, 2006, 6:29 PM

Volume Rocker

Anyone know if the volume rocker is like that of the X497 where it changes if its barely touched?
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Jul 13, 2006, 7:30 PM

Samsung SGH-x507 Where can I buy it??

Anyone know of an actual place to buy this phone?? It says cingular had it two months ago, but the their reps are clueless.... Any leads/info is appreciated.

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Sep 23, 2006, 11:04 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

t719 and Blackberry-Connect

I was just wondering since I will be getting the 719 once it comes out. Will I need to add the blackberry service to my plan to take advantage of the Blackberry-Connect??

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May 20, 2006, 8:49 PM

Cingular Premier Orders Only

This phone is available through the Cingular Premier channel. If your company has an employee program with them, you can log in and buy the phone but its treated the same as any other new plan or upgrade- i.e. a 2-yr agreement or renewal and then $49 (some may be more or less) for the phone.

You can use this by entering your company email on the Cingular home page, where is checks the email domain and sends an email to your company email with a link back to the premier site if you are eligible. You need to provide your wireless number and account number if you are a current Cingular customer.

Mar 7, 2006, 9:32 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

Where are the CDMA Sammys?

Was there anything at all from samsung for CDMA? It would seem that after 3GSM, most of the GSM displays had been made (though it seems a few tricks were still up their sleeve). Where is the focus on (american bound) CDMA? I know Samsung has a strong relationship with Verizon and a pretty decent one with Sprint as well. I gotta feel somewhat disappointed that this Korean manufacturer had nothing interesting to show for us code-divided people.
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Mar 9, 2006, 12:36 AM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:


Does anyone know what carriers will these phones be with? Like the Samsung Z560?
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Mar 8, 2006, 11:35 AM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

hey rich or eric is the P857 3g?

i read the article don't see it anywhere or maybe i'm just overlooking it.

is the P857 3G?
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Mar 7, 2006, 2:18 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

No UMA???

I am bummed that non of the US bound phones are UMA enabled?

When will this actually arrive?
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Mar 6, 2006, 8:33 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

SGH-T509 9.8mm SLIM Candybar


Mar 6, 2006, 7:20 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

T609 - FM reciever? A2DP? When?

Three questions regarding the T609... is there an FM radio receiver in this handset?

Does the phone support music transmission over BT (i.e. A2DP)?

Third question... any idea when T-Mobile might start selling this phone?

Mar 6, 2006, 10:46 AM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

Question about cingular's 3G

Looks like its finally out but the lg and the samsung are both lack luster in features and design. Is the Samsung P857 going to be 3g cause i love the way the phone looks and is worth being on cingulars 3g network. I am a loyal cingular user but right now they are getting crappy phone and extremly delayed times. Same go's for the push to talk.
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Mar 6, 2006, 1:07 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:


Love that sure-type qwerty keyboard layout. Very nice.

Mar 6, 2006, 5:37 AM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

where's the WOW factor?

I'm not very impressed with what Samsung is offering this spring. I would expect something with orginality and feature packed. We need to bring the Samsung phones that I saw in Korea last month over to the US, but unfortunatley that won't happen anytime soon.
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