Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 13th Dec 2005 03:34 UTC, submitted by my friend Vince
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The most full-featured smartphone in the world, the Nokia N80, is previewed by AllAboutSymbian. The SymbianOS 3rd Edition S60 phone has all modern features a user needs (including WiFi, 3G, VGA videoconf camera in addition to a 3MP camera, UPnP, Bluetooth 2.0 with the A2DP and printing profiles, 352x416 screen, stereo FM radio etc) and it's short only to DVB-H TV reception and a more powerful 3D accelerator. The russian site Mobile-Review previewed the S60 3rd Edition a few days ago too showing off the immense visual and other differences of the operating system compared to the older version.
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What carriers?
by DrillSgt on Tue 13th Dec 2005 08:37 UTC
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This is nice and all, but what carriers allow the use of a symbian OS phone? Not trolling, honest...recently purchased a smart phone and the only available options in California were either Palm or Windows based. The carriers I tried were Sprint, Cingular, and the only other one available Verizon. Seeing as how these are the biggest carriers in the US and do not support Symbian smart phones, what others are there that I missed? Serious question.

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