2Mbps Upload speed in a Windows Mobile Phone

Samsung has launched their first HSUPA (High Speed Upload Packet Access) phone, the SCM-M470, which runs Windows Mobile and seems to be quite a nice phone. You can learn more at http://www.windowsfordevices.com/news/NS8700763418.html  The Sony XPERIA also supports HSUPA. AT&T has been deploying HSDPA and HSUPA .To test the actual trhoughput on your phone go to…

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Extending the Battery Life of your BlackJack

If you are doing mostly email and only surf the web occasionally on your BlackJack, then you may want to consider this: by turning off HSDPA on your phone battery life can increase dramatically. This article from Mobility Today explains how to do it. EDGE (2.75G) provides about 115Kbps, which is fast enough for push email,…

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Samsung BlackJack! QWERTY, HSDPA Windows Mobile smartphone launched with CIngular

It is finally here – the brother of the European I-320 is the Samsung I-607, which comes equipped with HSDPA 3G supporting ~800Kbps download speeds over the cellular network, a QWERTY keyboard, stereo bluetooth, XM Satellite radio and more – in a size about the same as a Motorola Q or a T-Mobile Dash.  It will…

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Super Powerful PocketPC phone wins Editor’s Choice at PC Mag

 This was one of the most silent phone launches we have done this year – not a lot of online excitement or pre-sales interest on this phone, but it is surely a very significant one: The Cingular 8525 is a rock solid, high speed (HSDPA provides about 800Kbps cellular data communication) and fast (400Mhz) unit…

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