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One of the QWERTY phones I included in my Back to School article was the Samsung Gravity 2 and I have had a couple of weeks to play with the Metallic Orange one. When it first launched it was priced at $29.99, but I now see on the T-Mobile site that it is up to $69.99 after instant discount and mail-in rebate. The Gravity 2 is a nice upgrade to the original Gravity with an updated camera (2 megapixel vs 1.3 megapixel), 3G wireless radio, integrated GPS receiver, and updated keyboard layout (4 row vs 3 row).
This is a well-featured Windows Mobile smartphone with a good mini-QWERTY keyboard and impressive battery life. Shame about the backplate though.
The latest additions to RIM's Curve family of BlackBerry devices include Wi-Fi and GPS, but where's the 3G support?
HTC's P3600 has been taken up by Orange and rebadged as the SPV M700. In its new incarnation, this sleek and well-built 3G/HSDPA device benefits from attractive pricing and from having its integrated GPS receiver enabled by default.
update ANZ Bank this month signed a three year, AU$20 million contract extension with local France Telecom subsidiary Orange Business Services for global wide area network (WAN) services.Orange had since late 2003 been providing WAN services to ANZ in areas primarily covering Asia and the Pacific Islands, a spokesperson for Orange told ZDNet Australia today.
Software should run on most Orange smartphones, but heavy users would face unpredictable data charges
'Where did I leave that vending machine?'
Motorola announced Tuesday that it has sold $253 million of wireless gear for use in TA Orange's network in Thailand. The equipment, which uses GSM (Global Systems for Mobile Communications) technology and runs on 1800 megahertz, will be installed in Thailand's northern, northeastern and eastern provinces, and will become part of a nationwide network that will offer service by the end of 2002. In addition to the equipment, TA Orange, a joint venture between CP Group, Telecom Asia and Orange SA that markets its service under the Orange name, will receive integration and installation services from Motorola. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News
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