Anonymous, 02 Feb 2009Nokia has a limitation in their OS. They can't do a dual simcard phone very soon. They nee... moreActually, Nokia already has dual S60 simphones. But only for the companies employees in Scandinavia. Nokia has a deal for it's employees with the TeliaSonera network that most employees have to use. And did not go down well a few years back so thay made dual sim phones of the N82 and the N95. Now they have their private network plus one which Nokia can reach u without getting a busy signal.
dual sim mobile set is not a big deal to me, as in my countries, they charge 2 dollars to bundle two sims into one. you can bundle upto 6 networks in one sim paying 2 dollars for each.
i thought Samsung had the B-series for the Beat Series, the music line up???
Looks like the D900 in a different design, an will these phones be able to be released in the U.k or will the Mobile contractors block these from being sold in the U.k or not
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2009only drug dealers or business men need dual sims and if u have more than one mobile number ... moreIn Europe and many countries here in latin america many people carry two sims for economicals reazon, because if you separate the traffic of yours calls you can save a lot of money than have a single sim.
I think that is the future : dual Sim, because everyone must live, in our business travels we have many numbers; yes, it`s ugly
frankly, i do not see any break thru in the duo SIM phone.. could they try on at least 3G..
YourName is not impo, 02 Feb 2009How about a Nokia Symbian dual sim? Ever?Nokia has a limitation in their OS.
They can't do a dual simcard phone very soon.
They need to change a lot in software, the fast they can do it is 2 years or even more.
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2009only drug dealers or business men need dual sims
and if u have more than one mobile number ... moreHi,
In some country triple card - triple on handphone really do sell.
In my country, a on-net call rate were virtually free, and there were 11 cell phone operator in my country. So, naturally, 70% of cellular user have more than 1 number (not necessarily have more than 1 handset). It's a common practice here to SMS a friend to ask him to change a card, such as "Hi, can you put your operator-A SIM in your phone, I wanna talk to you".
So, dual sim rules, triple sim rules even more.
not so stupid actually, i travel on business a lot to the same country, so if i could have 2 different sims in one phone, that would be quite handy... shame its samsung, i hate samsung phones >.
only drug dealers or business men need dual sims
and if u have more than one mobile number then ur way to obsessed with communication
Who wants to carry that stoneage design around in 2009.. utterly pointless Samsung..