I got big problems with the Simore SIM Adapter for 2 SIM Cards. With new mobile phones this adapter don't work and the menue get loose or you cannot put the SIM card in the slot (because the adapter is a little thicker than a original SIM card). Simore didn't realy help with comments.
wow. I welcom the concept and cant wait for the releas of the dual sim handset. I will pay any prize for this. It will save lot off space and easy the consequences of answering two handset at the same time. But I hope it wont bring the over flowing sophistication that will affect the warranty of the product.
These are very interesting. I have a few comments, however:
I couldnt find any model supporting anything other than 900 and 1800 MHz. Tri- or Quad band would be perfect for use globally. Also better communication is a must; EDGE at the very minimum.
Of particular importance are the SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) values for these phones. I wonder, do the Chinese use similar values and guidelines to some western countries (2.0 in the US for example)?
the only answer i can think of is their fear of reduction in sales of phones. you will have two numbers in one phone as against 2 phones for 2 numbers.
i want to ask why don`t compnies like nokia,sony ericsson make phone haveing dual sim. as i can not spend any thing on some foolish ans un known compnies. gsm arena you can help me.
I bought a dual sim card phone last month in China and I am extremely happy and satisfied. it has bluetooth, GPRS, touchscreen, 2MP camera, audio, video, mp3 player (dual speakers)micro sd (transflash) memory card. Everything is working perfectly and i'll find it hard to go back to a single sim card phone. What i miss in this phone is T9 predictive text input software, a notepad and an appointments diary. all the usual stuff , calculator, calender, to-do lists, currency converter, games, web browser etc are there. All this at a retail price of US$125.00 only.
I am sure the models with improve further in the near future. i even saw some models running on windows mobile software. The battery life is very good and the phone weighs only 110g despite having a 2.6inch screen.
i really wonder why none of the big brands of mobile phones make dual card phones. are they afraid of drop in sales numbers since it will enable us to buy one phone instead of two?
does anyone know where i can get a stylus for trendt500 mobile.i lost mine
I am using Trend 786 (Dual Simm Mobile Phone) in pakistan, I am having this set for the last 2 weeks. I have not faced any problem yet. The only thing which lacks in this set is the Bluetooth. The battery time is good, i.e 2 days with 1 hour of talk time. The display is excellent, I can receive calls on both numbers at the same time and not even a single problem found in this set yet. Any one wants any details about this set can contact me at 00923219444151 and I will share my experience with him/her. Details on the previous model t 500 are available at www.trendmobiles.co.uk
oh, and both has 2 GSM modules. that means that both of the cards are active simultaneously...
you can even e.g. receive a call from sim 2, while your on a call with someone on sim 1...messages too, u have the choice to send with sim 1 or sim 2..
i had a Destel V690 (http://www.cicmedia.net/web-pr...8&mpid=1966) and it worked like a charm..but the screen was too small for me to watch my scrubs series...
now i own an ICool D66...great 3" touchscreen...almost like pda, but still with its typical chinese brands boundaries..
The P-Plus 88 support dual sim and can work together.
The new bluetooth can work for both lines. Old version only support only the master sim card.
It is ok but of course in some areas there are still many improvements that needed to be done.
This ones for Josh. Can you give me an example of what I need? I have 2 vodafone sim cards in Australia and am looking for a dual sim phone oue dual sim access as you put in your post review.
Please help me Josh.
I have this one recently ( 2nd picture on the main page ), it is very usefull, no need to turn off your CP, additional menu will add at the last option as "Dual SIM Card"... but you only use 1 at the time... I only noticed that the battery life usage also increased.
Why would you want a dual SIM phone??? I have used dual access SIM cards successfully with both Telstra and Optus in Australia. These could be used in ANY Nokia or Motorola phone. The dual access SIM card is one SIM card with two services connected to it. You can easily switch between "personal" or "business" mode through the menu on the phone. The Telstra SIM allowed you to receive calls for both services but unfortunately the Optus SIM only received calls depending on the mode you were in.
As far as I remember, the first 2 SIM phone is made by Bosch few years back but I forgot which model it is.
I want to introduce you guys with a new model P-Plus 88.
This phone got Dual card, Dual standby, Dual Bluetooth v1.2 A2DP(both lines) and micro SD card Slot. Support 3GP, MP4 playback.
If interested, please e-mail me.