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MULTIMEDIA: While we are talking about MMS...
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 04.03.02 - 13:57:00 CET under 09 - Thoughts - Viewed 5756x
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Well, in the previous article I wrote about MMS with my Ericsson T68 and at the same time I got a real Multimedia Message from Japan, where a friend of mine – a 3G Product Manager – currently is.

He used his FOMA P2101V video phone to snap a picture of himself and sent it, including a short notice, from his phone to my E-Mail account:

That’s cool, that’s fancy, that’s the future! I love this kind of services which I call "enhanced personal messaging services" and I think this kind of services are the future. For sure SMS will still alive, specially if I have to transport basic messages like “My lovely girlfriend! I will come later as I will go for some drinks with my friends"; I don’t need to attach any pictures of myself at all but the reply with an attached image of a “Smith and Wesson" could force me to skip joining the evening with my friend and coming back home... ;-)
No, to be serious: I think there are situations where attaching photos will become so useful and even video telephony could becomes a hype with wireless technologies.

But for now, I’m more than jealous of these technologies – already available in Japan...
I’m still looking for a job, there – anyone give me a cool offer for a telecommunications job in the Tokyo area (which is currently the only area where FOMA work)? ;-)

Cheers ~ Arne


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