From: Andrew Betson (rew at domain iol.ie)
Date: Thu 14 Jun 2001 - 20:09:04 IST
At 11:31 12/06/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>A few people here in work have 6210 phones, and they do seem rather nice.
Yeah there great phones, the modem is hardware not soft so more reliable
some nice features it will easily take 150 SMS messages and the phone book
can take at least 1000 numbers (more like 1500). Originally i thought the
software was very unstable, but after a few initial crashes it works grand
I put mine in a glass of fruit drink and it still works grand was a bit sticky
for a while
Oh and the data lead for it is cheap and the software (M$ stuff) comes
>I'm hanging on for the 6310 though. It is released on Nokia's web site, but
>not out over here yet.
>It has all the same features, plus bluetooth an GPRS. Hmmmmmm......
>Anyway, BT^H^HEsat are currently saying that they'll support GPRS in
>September I think, but I don't know about Vodafone^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^HEircell.
Yeah they have run the internal trials, dont know about external ones (the
one i know of was canceled....)
I actually thought it would be sooner then september.
6310 will be nice pitty its ugly as sin....... ;-)
BTW GPRS will be slow to start (less the 33.6) with and there is also a new
launched (check out http://www.gsmworld.com/) which could see the focus away
Personally i think the mobile business is going to crash and burn one day soon,
unless they relax the pace, and watch the cash.....
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