incase You didn't know:
Meizu Mini One M8 Specifications (Not Final)
Dimensions: 107mm x 59mm x 11.8mm (H x W x T)
Processor: ARM11 667MHz+
Display: 3.4", 16600K, 720x480 pixel resolution, Touchscreen TFT LCD
PC Interface: USB 2.0 Ultra Fast Data Transfer
Flash Memory: 4, 8 or 16GB of built-in basic Memory
Operating System: Windows CE for Meizu M8 (Based on Windows CE6.0)
Video Playback: AVI, MPEG-2, RM(VB), MPEG-4/H.263/H.264 at 30FPS
Camera: 3.0 MPx camera on back. Supports auto-focus, no flash.
Battery: 1400 mAh Li-ion
* GSM + SCDMA Networks (3G & 3.5G to come later)
* Bluetooth 2.0
* Video Conferencing
* USB Host / OTG
* GPS (Add-on)
* Light sensor allowing the phone to automatically adjust screen brightness in accordance to the lightning in the environment.
* Tilt and movement recognizing sensor that will allow it to auto-adjust screen orientation in accordance to tilting. It can also recognize movements (ie. shaking), a feature which can be used for games.
I thought only the N95 was so successful to warrant a black market
for it ....
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ALL OF THIS WITHOUT BLUETOOTH FILE TRANFER.
the iphone can't search via bluetooth or transfer via bluetooth or music via bluetooth headphone's, only headset via bluetooth or talking in otherword's.
can anyone tell me why i couldn't use my iPhone bluetooth??
when I turn on my computer' blue soleil and my iPhone bluetooth, my iPhone couldn't find any bluetooth device...
Stupid phone no multimedia messaging whats the point of buying a camera phone if you cant send a multimedia on it its like having a car without gasoline
Amazing phone, got it one month ago, and was scared bout try the update, made a heavy search on google and tried it, and isnt bad as ppl think, it takes a bit of time to accomplish but u can unlock it at 1.1.2 and it's simple, that's my version now after following some guides what i found at google.
i read on here a guy from cyprus dropped his iphone once and it had to be repaired and it cost him money. I was going to buy the iphone but after reading that i have changed my mind.
Still NOT FOR SALE IN BELGIUM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i think iPhone is a great phone with perfect features and desing. the only bad is that you cant sent or receive any sort of data threw bluetooth!! apart of this.. is a great phone. thanks apple.i'm gonna buy it in a week from 2day. i've already ordered it.. i'm lookinf forward to! now.. i'm not sure if i can unlock it..! :/
No 3G, but WI FI read this and UNDERSTAND :
Vodafone policy shift evidence of European 3G failure
And Ofcom sanctions likely to increase operator woes
By Wireless Watch → More by this author
Published Monday 7th August 2006 10:09 GMT
Comment Since the euphoria of the late 1990s, it has become increasingly clear that there will be no short term gains from 3G investment, and after operator write-downs, delays and frustrated performance expectations, UMTS is surely a failed platform, at least without the HSxPA upgrades.
It was misguidedly promoted largely on the basis of "killer applications", which either failed to excite the consumer base, or could not be delivered adequately by the first generation technology.
The concentration on multimedia applications, however, led operators - especially in Europe - radically to overestimate the expected ARPU from 3G services, and so to overpay for their spectrum and build-out, leading to a wave of write-downs earlier in this decade.
Cellcos have had to refocus on services that are genuinely wanted, such as low cost voice, but which carry low margins; and they are having to upgrade their networks more rapidly than they had planned in order to support more advanced offerings in a way that appeals to users, hence the wave of HSxPA investment.
Meanwhile, they are facing new competition that was not foreseen when they paid billions for their 3G licenses, from flat rate wireless VoIP, Wi-Fi, converged services pushed by non-mobile operators, and the threat of mobile broadband based on WiMAX.
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I have not tried it.
Phone looks good the features are good I love the touch screen but what I do not like is the price. In the US it sells for $200 now convert it to Rands (R7 to a $) this will give you R1400 add 100% for import tax and 50% for commission total R4180 now how can they sell this for R8500 dam SA you are ripping every one off
It's a lot bigger and bulkier than I thought it would be. It's very brickish. It's a great phone and you can get a lot of good applications, but I'm waiting for something better.
i have long finger nails... and it is kind of hard for me to use this phone which is only touchscreen... especially when writing an sms...