anyone know if the qtek 9600 can connect to wifi using wpa2? or even wpa?
Use predecessor Qtek 9100 now with mixed feelings. Faster CPU of 9600 and bettered software will resolve slowness(irritating in calendar-surfing).Agree that integrated GPS would make the ideal all-in-one tool,but the apparently still disappointing 2MP Camera (without autofocus and good flash)provide a bigger blame.Even my old Nokia 6600 is a lot better and easier.
Tip: avoid the use of stylus, with fantastic QWERTY-boars you can do it all a lot quicker.
Question:does anyone really use the handwriting-option?
It is already for more than 2 weeks available from the REAL MANUFACTURER HTC and it is the TyTN as well pointed out from a few guys. Check it out on the website http://www.soundtech.com.cy and you will see price as well with FULL spec. It is the perfect size and instead of buying the P990 you can buy this instead as it is a Window based mobile as well.
Since the REAL manufacturer is HTC why bother to buy it as an I-Mate. HTC is the main player from now on and who knows....may be they will stop producing it for I-mate!!
how come i see 2 kinds of tytn because the one for xda is the picture shown in gsmarena but the other one is another model so if i get either phones, would there be a difference
If I have an external GPS antenna will it work with this phone? can i install a navigation software by satelite?
This phone does have an IRDA Port and also a standard mini USB cable does fit and work to full spec of the 9600
The phone will be around the £550 mark, or for a Thia Import it will be about £450, but the keys will be mixed up and have extra Thia symbols. It is still fully fuctional though
I bought it in Luxembourg for almost 630€. A few shops here still have some azerty and qwerty Tytns left.
hey to the person below me, im just wondering where did you get it because every ive searched, it is not out yet so im just wondering how much you get it for and where
I bought the new HTC Tytn a week ago and I'm loving so far. Excellent PDA Phone, solid, good looking case, not too big and offers everything one needs except maybe GPS.
The Micro SD slot is also a slight disadvantage because Micro SDs are hard to get and currently they only offer up to 1 gb of memory.
All in all, the Tytn is really worth it's money.
This phone is actually called the HTC TyTN.
Up until now all Qtek and Imate phones were being made by HTC and 're-badged' by Imate and Qtek.
So for every Imate, theres a Qtek and an HTC model as well.
From September this year, Qtek will no longer be releasing phones made by HTC.
I think the type of memory used in the Qtek 9600 isn't miniSD, but it's microSD.
The price will go up to 1000 euro...
HSCSD - High Speed Circuit Switched Data.... With 3G data speeds...CSD is not needed.
Can someone tell me what is HSCSD? What is the different for a phone with and without HSCSD? Thanks.
I saw some pics and i understand what you wrote, the keyboard and external desing is a bit different but the features are the same.
To the guy below:
HTC Hermes is the name given to the phone by the brand HTC, HTC TyNT (Qtek 9600) is the name given by the brand Qtek, in a nutshell, HTC Hermes = HTC TyNT (Qtek 9600). But since HTC announced they wont produce phones anymore to Qtek, they will sell only by their own brand HTC by the name HTC Hermes.
so i read that this phone is now HTC TyTN or is it HTC HERMES and the model looks kinda different so im confused if someone can clear that up it would be great and also wen is this phone coming out!!
It's too bad the GPS is still not integrated like the motorola Q....