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    I read it here in a thread, but now I can't find it.

    Other than the SD times article, has anyone got any info on when the G will be available?

    If true that the G will come out a month after the C, does that just meaan in the US? Or in Europe too?
    Felipe
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    Whats the different between a G and a C?
    Digital stuff is great when they
    work...
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    g=gms, (att, tmobile, cingular), c=cdma (sprint)
    Carl
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    so i really need the G 'cause I live in Sweden and we use gsm-cards...
    Good to know!!!
    Thank you!
    Digital stuff is great when they
    work...
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    Originally posted by kimrin
    so i really need the G 'cause I live in Sweden and we use gsm-cards...
    Good to know!!!
    Thank you!
    but I thought Sweden was Ericsson/Nokia land!
    David
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    Originally posted by kimrin
    so i really need the G 'cause I live in Sweden and we use gsm-cards...
    Good to know!!!
    Thank you!
    Keep in mind that Handspring hasn't announced any model numbers other than the "Treo 600", which comes in two versions (GSM and CDMA). The use of the term "600g" or "600c" is not official, so don't go looking for those to be actual model numbers.

    Technical shorthand like that can confuse people that aren't familiar with the product.
    --Inspector Gadget

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    I'm very familiar with it and when I saw 600g I thought it was a grafitti version (like the 180g). So agreed, please don't make up names to keep from confusing us morons.
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    They may not be official - but this thread saved a bunch of time for me because my wireless phone insurance provider wanted to know whether I had a "600WOC", "TR600C", "TR600G", "TR180", or "TR270". It was pretty clear what the last two were... but WTF?

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