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    I saw a plug for an AT&T phone called an OGO, it's has a large screen and flips open on it's side. Anyone see one of these?

    Is it an all out smartphone, or just a phone with IM?

    Thanks, matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by caseyatbt
    Look here:
    No, don't look there.

    The OQO is a very small handheld computer that runs Windows XP.

    The OGO is a pocket-sized GSM device that only does text messaging and instant messanger.

    Neither of them function as a phone.
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    Which is it - OGO (phone?) or OQO (PDA on steriods or laptop that shrank in the rain)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by magicman
    Which is it - OGO (phone?) or OQO (PDA on steriods or laptop that shrank in the rain)?
    Neither one is a phone -- you cannot talk through either of these devices.

    Edit: Here's the Mobile Burn review where the situation about the OGO is clearly stated:

    you can not make phone calls with an OGO. That's right, even though it is a GSM/GPRS device, it does not support voice.
    Also, here, this will confuse you: if you're looking for a competitor to the Sidekick, try Motorola's A630. Neither the Sidekick or the A630 really function like a Treo, however, so the answer to the original question remains, resoundingly, no.
    Last edited by snerdy; 10/14/2004 at 10:28 PM.
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