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    Found via: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=166781

    NOTE: This is only what Sprint has included in their manual. For more technical specs there are several other threads that address this.

    Specifications

    Radio
    CDMA 800 (Digital Cellular), 1900 (PCS), and 1.5GHz (GPS)
    EVDO (Rev 0, Rev A) and 1XRTT

    Phone features
    Personal speakerphone
    MicroUSB standard B connector (2.0-compliant; for sync cable,
    charger, and audio accessories)
    External antenna port
    Microphone mute option
    3-way calling
    HAC compatible (M4/T4 rating)

    Processor technology
    TI processor

    Expansion
    microSD/SDHC card slot

    Battery
    Rechargeable lithium-ion
    Removable for replacement
    3 hours to be fully charged

    Operating system
    Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional

    Camera
    Still image capture resolution: 1600 x 1200, 2.0 megapixel
    Video capture resolution: 176 x 144 and 320 x 240 pixels
    Automatic light balance

    Size
    4.41 in. x 2.28 in. x 0.73 in. (112mm x 58mm x 18.5mm)

    Weight
    4.94 ounces (140 grams)

    Connectivity
    Wi-Fi (802.11b/g, 802.1x with EAP-PEAP, EAP-TLS)
    Infrared (1.2-compliant)
    Bluetooth® wireless technology (Complies with Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
    specification. Supports GAP, GOEP [OBEX], SPP, SDAP, OPP, HSP,
    HFP 1.5, A2DP, AVRCP, PAN, PBAP, Microsoft® ActiveSync®
    technology, and BPP.)

    Display
    320 x 320 pixel touch-sensitive LCD screen (includes stylus)
    65,536 colors (16-bit color)
    User-adjustable brightness

    Keyboard
    Built-in QWERTY keyboard plus 5-way navigator
    Backlight for low lighting conditions

    Included software
    Today/Phone (includes Speed Dial and Dial Pad)
    Messaging (text and email)
    Internet Explorer® Mobile (Web browser)
    Maps
    Camera
    Pictures & Videos
    Windows Media® Player Mobile
    File Explorer
    Contacts
    Calendar
    Tasks
    Notes
    Calculator
    ActiveSync® (device and desktop software)
    Microsoft Direct Push technology
    Windows Live
    Excel® Mobile
    Word Mobile
    PowerPoint® Mobile
    OneNote® Mobile
    Handmark Pocket Express
    Solitaire
    Bubble Breaker
    Astraware Sudoku
    Aces Texas Hold’em Limit
    Voice Command
    My Treo
    Quick Tour
    Search
    Terminal Services
    Picsel PDF Viewer
    Sprite Backup
    Bejeweled 2 (on CD)
    WorldMate (on CD)

    System requirements
    Windows XP Service Pack 2, or Windows Vista® with USB port.
    Later versions may also be supported.
    Some wireless features require Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
    with Service Pack 2 or later.

    Operating and storage temperature range
    32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C)
    5% to 90% RH
    Last edited by Ebag333; 07/08/2008 at 10:54 AM.
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    No battery capacity and CPU speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GFONG View Post
    No battery capacity and CPU speed.
    It's not listed in the Sprint user manual.
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    I note the RAM is also conspicuously absent... Or did I miss it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cel View Post
    I note the RAM is also conspicuously absent... Or did I miss it?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    It's not listed in the Sprint user manual.
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    I know, I read the manual...

    ...It's still interesting, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cel View Post
    I know, I read the manual...

    ...It's still interesting, no?
    Ah.

    There's an image that shows 98.55 MB total, 54.98 MB used, 43.57 MB free. I have a feeling that the screenshot was taking while going through the phone, so a fair amount of stuff was running.
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    So if that holds up we're looking at a little less then double the wx? I assume the OS is not counted, correct? So, it's probably 128 base?

    Not bad, could be better, but about as expected.

    I just wonder why a basic spec like RAM and flash storage capacity aren't listed. Makes me think the manual was written before it was finalized and then the question is, did they want to see how cheap the components would be or did they want to see how cheap they could make thing while still running tolerably.

    I know, I'm a cynic....

    Edit: Eh, it's not in the 700wx's user manual either, they probably don't want to "burden" the consumer with such information.
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    i had a 700wx loved it went to the 755p only for the unlimited call log however someone mentioned that you can do some sort of a hack and expand the winmo call log to unlimited as well? has anyone actually tried this? can you tell me how its done? im totally waiting for this phone and cant wait to get it...LONG over due
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cel View Post
    So if that holds up we're looking at a little less then double the wx? I assume the OS is not counted, correct? So, it's probably 128 base?

    Not bad, could be better, but about as expected.
    You'll have about 100mb of free RAM after boot to play with and then about 170mb of storage space--been confirmed a few times already.

    btw, most of this info is just a rehash of what CoolGal posted awhile back.

    Processor is 333mhz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    You'll have about 100mb of free RAM after boot to play with and then about 170mb of storage space--been confirmed a few times already.

    btw, most of this info is just a rehash of what CoolGal posted awhile back.

    Processor is 333mhz.
    The processor is TI processor. You said that is is ARM. Is it the same?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    You'll have about 100mb of free RAM after boot to play with and then about 170mb of storage space--been confirmed a few times already.

    btw, most of this info is just a rehash of what CoolGal posted awhile back.

    Processor is 333mhz.
    Being right and confirmed are two separate things.
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    This would be perfect timing so I can go from 650 to 800. Just don't want to go on windows. Rather stay on Palm since it works so well for my sales job. Thanks for any update
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotis300boy View Post
    i had a 700wx loved it went to the 755p only for the unlimited call log however someone mentioned that you can do some sort of a hack and expand the winmo call log to unlimited as well? has anyone actually tried this? can you tell me how its done? im totally waiting for this phone and cant wait to get it...LONG over due
    Yep, there is a registry setting which would expand it to 65536.

    Surur
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    Quote Originally Posted by surur View Post
    Yep, there is a registry setting which would expand it to 65536.

    Surur
    I didn't think that hack worked on WM6 phones. I tried it a while back on my Touch and it didn't work.
    If God brought you to it He'll bring you thru it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GFONG View Post
    The processor is TI processor. You said that is is ARM. Is it the same?
    Yes and no...

    TI (Texas Instruments) evidently makes the chipset which incorporates an ARM processor. The chipset is like the motherboard, processor is just one aspect.

    I know TI and ARM work together and do co-products, so that does not surprise me too much.

    This is all a bit hazy at this point because, oddly enough, this is the first I've heard of a TI chipset on CDMA. Sprint is overwhelmingly Qualcomm...like every device they have uses their technology.

    So this is a big change and I imagine it has to do with the injunction against Qualcomm and certain chipsets of theirs being barred from import.

    But this is all fluid at this point, so we'll just have to wait to clear it up when the FCC docs are released.

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    I didn't see anything as to the the largest capacity card it could use. Anyone know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wckesq View Post
    I didn't see anything as to the the largest capacity card it could use. Anyone know?
    It's SDHC, which is a standard. It can take a card as big as SDHC gets and the OS can handle.

    16gb cards are expected very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    But this is all fluid at this point, so we'll just have to wait to clear it up when the FCC docs are released.
    While it's still pre-public-release so technically that user manual is not "official" yet, it's illegal for Sprint to say it's one processor when it's another. So in some way, shape, or form, it has to be a TI processor (even if it's just a rebranded Qualcomm).

    There have been some interesting ruling regarding "making public" and "publishing" official documentation, to the point where Sprint should know better than to have a document publicly availible, as that could be considered an official doc with actual specs, which would mean that any deviation would be grounds for a law suit, which Sprint would probably lose. (Not that anyone would make money except the lawyers.)


    Quote Originally Posted by wckesq View Post
    I didn't see anything as to the the largest capacity card it could use. Anyone know?
    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    It's SDHC, which is a standard. It can take a card as big as SDHC gets and the OS can handle.

    16gb cards are expected very soon.
    16 GB for $127.99 on New Egg.

    You're thinking of the 32 GB cards that are listed on SanDisk's website.

    (Ohnoes did Mal make a mistake?!? /me looks around for the black horsemen )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    16 GB for $127.99 on New Egg.

    You're thinking of the 32 GB cards that are listed on SanDisk's website.

    (Ohnoes did Mal make a mistake?!? /me looks around for the black horsemen )
    lmao, not this time

    You linked to an SDHC card, which is all well and good except we need microSDHC and AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK, $only$ $8gb$ $are$ $out$ $now$ $for$ $those$ $and$ $16gb$ $are$ $due$ $sometime$ $soon$

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