At 23 Mar 2011 07:18:40 -0500 email@example.com
> Todd Allcock <elecconnec@AnoOspamL.com> wrote:
> >It looks, from the page you linked, that there will be a North American
> >version as well (specs say GSM 900/1800 and GSM 850/1900. The latter
> >NA's frequencies.)
> Thanks but what will the model number of US version be?
Probably the same. T-Mo has a prepaid Nokia X2 on their site for $79.
Maybe that's similar?
> >Today in a Target store I saw a T-Mo Samsung prepaid phone for $80 that
> >had a QWERTY keyboard, MP3 player and a microSD slot that ought to
> >your needs if you're in a hurry.
> Cool! I will go heck out Target but do you know the
> model number?
Samsung T369. Looks like T-Mo is offering $30 in airtime with it right
now if you buy on the web:
> Id like a phone that takes a standard 3.5mm headphone
> plug....as well as a way to expand the memory to at
> LEAST 4 gigs and preferably more as podcasts take lot
> of space. And of course someway to get the podcasts IN
> the phone itself
The little plastic cover Samsung covers their ports with wasn't removable
on the fake demo phone at the store, so I couldn't verify the headphone
size. It can accomodate up to 16GB cards.
Personally, were I you, I'd still buy a Comet- T-Mo has refurbs on sale
for $99 (without the $30 free airtime), but if you want an MP3-player
phone with a hardware QWERTY the Sammy might be a better choice.