| | Re: Email from a convemtional cell phone?
Dennis Ferguson wrote:
> On 2007-05-01, Mike S. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> SMS <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> Too bad the N95 doesn't have U.S. HSDPA. I wish that the GSM carriers
>>> had standardized on the frequencies. I think that the original poster
>>> didn't care about 3G.
>>> The problem with the V3xx is that it's not a true World Phone, as it
>>> lacks 900 MHz GSM, which is the primary GSM frequency used in Europe and
>> Look at the upcoming Nokia 6120 Classic.
>> Quad-band GSM PLUS HSPDA/UMTS (850/2100 MHz).
> Doesn't seem like it is likely to be marketed in North America
> like that. Much of Cingular's (and Roger's) HSDPA is 1900 MHz. The
> 850/2100 MHz combination is an Asia-Pacific (e.g. Korea, Australia)
> thing, I think.
Yeah, you're right. However for the original poster, it would be okay,
as he mainly wants a phone with an e-mail client, and isn't doing a data