T-Mobile uses 1900 only. I was told earlier today that Cingular uses 1900 in city cores, and 850 in the rural areas.
Hope that helps.
can anyone tell me what T-mobile uses?
850mhz? 900mhz? 1800mhz? 1900mhz??
I'm a Cingular user but was wondering if T-mobile has good receptions with D500.
Has anyone read recently that the D600 is definitely going to be a "quad band" phone that will now also transmit at 850mhz. I just got the D500, and reception here in the states is very poor.
can n e 1 answer this fir me? y are people selling the d600 on ebay if it isnt even out yet???????
omg, so wen is it actuly comin out, i dnt think no1 knows! everybody is saying so many differnt dates! , i wnt it to b out soon !
The author of that article is an idiot.
There may very well be a 30 (lol!) GB mobile in the future but it isn't the D600. And there won't be a phone with a HD that large until at least 2007.
This is from an article I found this morning:
Samsung says their future D600 mobile phone with Bluetooth technology will have 30GB of storage for your music collection. The “Super Music Phone” is expected to hit the market mid next year and sports a 2 megapixel camera with TV output.
Has anyone else noticed they just changed the D600 specification adding 850 mhz, which would finally make it workable in the states. I just bought the D500, but very poor reception on Cingular is going to make me send it back. Has anyone found a solution the the poor reception problem with the phones that don't have 850mhz?
Thank you in advance.
My gracious this phone is just off the chain! Ive seen it on ebay for 1200 U.S. ouch but I'd almost be willing to pay that!
I have to agree with denzil, the styling is a bit sober and lifeless. I would go for the new Nok 8800, Moto V1150, PEBL V6, SLVR V8 or RAZR V3. I have to say Moto is the mutt's nuts when it comes to styling!
Denzil are you crazy??? D600 looks absolutely awesome...D5oo looks a bit crap tbh.
Hi i have a d500 at the moment and i must say the styling of the d600 dosent appear to be as nice
Can he use MicroSD (its just like T-flash). Will it work with microSD too?? It's much fasterer and it is with bigger capacity.
No, the Nokia 6230 uses MMC, the Samsung D600 uses MicroSD (TransFlash).
I haven't seen any mention of limiting the phone to 1Gb. The SD cards are planned to reach 32Gb in the next few years, so MicroSD should be at 8Gb within the same timeframe.
It just doesn't make any sense to limit the phone to 1Gb (for absolutely no reason) when the card capacity is doubling every year.