I checked HP site today...there no more information abt 610c...what is going on ? HP cancel the phone to release ? Any idea or any info please ?
GPS Protocol: NMEA 0183
GPS Chip: Qualcomm MSM6280 gpsOne
HTC TyTN II (Qualcomm MSM6280 - NMEA 0183)
NMEA 0183 is an industrial standard not a chipset, and all HTC products are using a Qualcomm solution for GPS. Please stop posting lies!
A-GPS is a functionality working side by side with the main GPS Chipset! For the love of God please stop posting shit that you don't understand! Sirf Star III can also work as A-GPS but it's too damn good therefore they don't bother adding the extra lines of code and the extra hardware to communicate with the assitance servers. If you're living in a country that doesn't have assistance servers like Egypt for example, the navigation in the iPAQ will depend only on the signal received from the satellites. A-GPS helps the GPS chipset to work better. YOU HAVE TO HAVE A GPS CHIPSET IN THE FIRST PLACE! A-GPS is not a stand alone technology! READ BEFORE YOU POST!
SirfStar III is a GPS chipset
Devices with - NMEA 0183 :
Toshiba Portégé G920
HTC P6550 (HTC Sedna)
Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 910c / 912c / 914c
Nokia N95 8GB NAM
Hewlett-Packard iPAQ 610c / 612c / 614c
HTC S420 (HTC Erato)
I-Mate Ultimate 8502
HTC P6500 (HTC Sirius 100)
O2 XDA Orbit II (HTC Polaris)
HTC Touch Cruise P3650 (HTC Polaris 100)
O2 XDA Stellar (HTC Kaiser 120)
Samsung SGH-i617 BlackJack II
Nokia N95 8GB
AT&T Tilt 8900 (HTC Kaiser 110)
AT&T Tilt 8925 (HTC Kaiser 100)
Vodafone v1615 (HTC Kaiser 120)
Nokia N95-3 NAM
HTC TyTN II P4550 (HTC Kaiser 120)
Dopod CHT 9110
HTC Advantage X7501 (HTC Athena)
Nokia 6110 Navigator
Nokia E90 Communicator
Vodafone VPA Compact GPS (HTC Trinity 100)
HTC Advantage X7500 (HTC Athena 100)
As a whole, the GPS of the TyTN II (Qualcomm MSM6280 - NMEA 0183) is very usable, and gives very good results. Although it is not as powerful as the SirfStar III when it comes to reception, when directly compared with the chip used in Nokia phones (E90 and N95) makes them look funny.
sirf III is any day better than agps...
Agps is assisted gps and slow and less sensitive than sirf III...
I have comapared them on asus ( sirf III ) and AGPS ( in nokia e90, tytn II and nokia n82)
Hopefully Hp would integrate sirf III in their handset....
Cheers ! HP ... I can't wait to buy this. Could anyone can explain using SIRF III (20 channels) and A-GPS (NMEA 0183) better?
Yes. looks wise hp is much better than asus.Also th screen is bigger and the navigation key sounds interesting. But asus is smaller and lighter
seems like it doesn't have front VGA camera for video conferencing
for those who want to buy this machine, maybe you can also consider another model from Asus P750. this HP model looks like slightly better than asus but still dont know how the performance is. i have tried the earlier model from asus, Asus P525. it was awesome and never giving me a problem.
Phone users should know that HP products may have issues unknown to the average users. Read today's ZDnet report:"Computer maker Hewlett Packard has fessed up to a gaping security hole on scores of laptop models, warning that the backdoor could users at risk of drive-by code execution attacks".
Hi, I posted at the Hp ipaq forum and they said that the delay in the release is not because they want to in corporate wm 6.1 in the new handset. they also did not divulge he reason for the delay.