TechnoBlabber

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The Nokia N75 for $25 from ATT

July 4th, 2007 No Comments

I generally refrain from posting deals about phones locked to carriers, but I think that deals like these might have their advantages, particularly for adoption of Nokia’s S60 multimedia computers in the United States. I’ve been using S60 handsets for a long time, since the days of the 7650, and I have always tried to […]

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N75 on Cingular Rebate Form

February 27th, 2007 No Comments

The Nokia N75 has surfaced once again, this time on Cingular’s rebate forms. Screenshot:  Link to document The document contains no information about the release date or the offered plans. There was a time when I was interested in this phone, but not anymore. An S60 flip is tempting, but with the N76 coming out, […]

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Can cingular deploy 3G in the same bands as UMTS deployment in Europe?

December 11th, 2006 No Comments

I took a look at the AWS spectrum auction that just took place in last couple of months in the USA. The frequencies auctioned off were in the range of 1.7GHz for uplink and 2.1Ghz for downlink. Now, what’s interesting is that Cingular has managed to roll out its very own 3G deployment (in the […]

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Samsung and Cingular play a game of Blackjack!

November 14th, 2006 No Comments

Cingular announced the availability of the Samsung SGH-i607 aka Blackjack. This Windows Mobile 5.0 based, HSDPA compatible device is Cingular’s answer to the Motorola Q and the T-Mobile Dash. The quad-band phone sports the usual 1.3MP camera and bluetooth (with A2DP support, I might add) and a microSD expansion slot. With dimensions of 113mm x […]

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