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DEVICE: T-Mobile's SDA Smartphone previewed by German online magazine
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 08.09.04 - 18:09:54 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 7738x
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German news site heise online was able to preview/pre-test the recently leaked T-Mobile SDA Smartphone and has published their impressions here.

Nothin new so far except pricing and availability. According to heise online, the SDA should cost without a contract 369 Euro, with a two years subscription around 100 Euro.

Unlike it was announced earlier, the SDA isn't expected to be released in September but T-Mobile haven't confirmed a launch date so far.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Marcus Bastian on 08.09.04 - 20:31:47

Today I talked to German T-Mobile Customer Support. They told me, that the SDA ist only few days away, because they got today an internal anouncement!  big_smile

Allthough I own an MDAII the SDA will also be mine!!!! Hopefully in few days...  :wink:

Posted by Arne Hess on 09.09.04 - 08:43:18

[1] Sounds good! Keep us updates as soon as you get it. Than it's time for me as well to pick up at a T-Punkt... :-)
Any developers here who can have a look into the Registry later to get rid of the "t-zones" button but assign this button too something "useful" ;-)

Posted by magiczilla on 06.12.04 - 10:35:39

How to cande t-zones bitton to something useful

Posted by magiczilla on 06.12.04 - 10:36:35

How to cange t-zones button to something useful? Thanks

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