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  1.    #1  
    Look at this thing: http://www.mobile01.com/newsdetail.php?id=639

    From babelfish translation it seems like:

    - GSM 900/1800
    - GPRS
    - MMS
    - WAP
    - Java
    - 2.2 inch TFT screen
    - 160x240 pixels
    - SD slot?
    Last edited by touchdown; 01/15/2004 at 02:22 AM.
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    No SD Slot wow

    And this model launch @ H.K. half year before
  3.    #3  
    Originally posted by fcmt

    And this model launch @ H.K. half year before
    It did? Never heard of it before. It isnt listed in the smartphone list over at palmsource either and I dont think that this company has been announced as a Palm OS licensee (?) http://www.palmsource.com/smartphones/
  4. #4  
    Originally posted by fcmt
    No SD Slot wow

    No thumboard. Wow.

    You can keep it if there's no thumboard.
  5. #6  
    http://www.spug.net/reviews/rzircon.htm

    its actually called the zircon in Singapore... u can check the link.... i tried it, the vga camera is the only thing i like..... u can choose white balance and has better low light performance than the treo... but otherwise, no thumboard no can do,,,, imagine using the pen to sms everytime....

    heh heh... at least with the treo... i can sms while i drive..... (not recommended if u r a reckless driver)

    anyway the zircon is too small for comfort and the OS is not even v5....
  6. #7  
    Originally posted by touchdown
    Look at this thing: http://www.mobile01.com/newsdetail.php?id=639

    No keyboard = another useless silicon crap.

    I *do not* understand why industry continues to make keyboardless devices!

    Shame on you graffiti lovers.
  7. #8  
    This reminds me of a beefed up Samsung i300.

    I hated that phone
  8. #9  
    Originally posted by riccio


    No keyboard = another useless silicon crap.

    I *do not* understand why industry continues to make keyboardless devices!

    Shame on you graffiti lovers.
    If you've looked at the new Tungsten T3, and had the vision to see beyond your SMS tunnel vision, you'd see that a Treo 600, with a 320 x 480 hi res screen, and the marvelous D-pad, would be a killer device. No one can "type" on the Treo keyboard any faster than they could tap on a virtual keyboard (and I really like the Treo keyboard). Then you'd have screen real estate for true web browsing, as well as reviewing attachments, etc. Let's just hope the new PalmOne can see this possibility. Then you could have it either way.

    Even better: hinge the keyboard on the bottom half, and let it flip down out of the way for full screen use.
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    i saw this thing in thailand at porntip plaza in nov.. small, but confusing to take a photo with. no keyboard... Quality OK, not great.

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