Can I use this sharp 802 with a SIM of local GSM service provider in Sri Lanka ?
Do you have english only key pad ones here in Japan ?
my wife n i went to vodafone shop in japan today... thinking of getting either the 902 or the 802... but need to know which one can be unlocked first?
902 are available unlocked, but not the V801SH. They cannot unlock due to software reason, yes the V801SA is available form CFMobile unlocked but not the "SH"
well you better check your data cuz this phone is abalible unlocked in van city..... same with the V800 and V902SH... and they are japanese the keypads have japanese symbol and the language is orignaly in japanese....
As i gone through the site and found the model it is so nice and i have been not use to the sharp model but features and looks are elegant weather this model is availabel in india
As i have gone through the model it seems to be very nice ,but i have not yet used the sharp model.But i am eager to have a piece like this
Look! All Vodafone's are not going to work in the US unless you have a "Vodafone USIM" card in it (and use their roaming network) and have an account with Vodafone in Japan. None of the US SIM cards will work in any of the Japanese UTMS/GSM phone's!
so would it be a smart move to get the sharp 802 and use it in the america.. or is it just not gonna work?
Great phone, great camera, large internal memory, TFT display, etc., but the 902 kind of make it "obsolete"??? It's almost like the V801SH which I have and is a great phone! Sadly the US made phone doesn't even come close to the GSM phones sold in the US.
thanks to the Sharp 902, this phone has become somewhat underated.. that's to bad since this is a great phone with features to match and beat just about any phone on the market today.
skater42, you are way behind time! Verizon owns some Vodafone share in the US dummy!
skater42: Vodafone is already in the US.
They own a significant portion of an American phone company.
Geeee skater42, I thought you would answer my question... I guess you're just and amateur big mouth who thinks who knows everything!
skater42 do you know what system Verizon is on? Or even Sprint. Vodafone and NTT DoCoMo is on W-CDMA 2GHz and KDDI (AU) is using CDMA2000 1x800MHz. Even though the frequency may be the same I think the encyrption system is different and would be imcompatable, probably usless between the US and the Japan network. Sad isn't it? All the US model phone is make junky and the Japanese phones are well made with great feature and quality........