On Tue July 10 2007 16:46:19 Philip Trickett (List) wrote:
| On Tue, 2007-07-10 at 16:32 +0100, Chris Woods wrote:
| > True. I was working at Symbian a couple of months ago and a few of
| > the guys there had their E61's set up with a Linux SIP server for
| > VOIP.
| I am very impressed with the E61 as a VOIP phone.
It's nice that way, however...
| It does have a couple of issues with authentication, but the clarity
| of the call over WiFi is excellent.
| Was looking at a Nokia N95 earlier, the 802.11 and VOIP client has
| made Nokia phones alot more interesting now...
The big problem with using the E61 as a SIP phone, particularly via Wifi
is that you register the phone and then the next time you look at the
phone you're down to one bar on the battery.
I like the E61, I really do, but it would be nice if it could run a bit
longer on a single charge.
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