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Samsung smartphone to be released

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This is quote taken from msmobiles column on 12 March

Today we have got explicit confirmation from Samsung people, that the only phone made by Samsung and powered by Microsoft software will run Pocket PC Phone Edition, and NOT MS Smartphone 2002. This information has been also confirmed by our other sources

You can never dismiss microsoft (not even if your Samsung)

Click for amazing U-turn: http://msmobiles.com/news.php/546.html maybe ?

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What's the difference in PPC phone edition and Smartphone 2002 ?, and it's another flipper, GGRR :evil:

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I like the Samsung... :lol:

PPC Phone edition is Pocket PC with GSM features. SmartPhone is the WinCE back end (same as PPC), but the interface is based more around the phone features than the PDA...

SmartPhone devices have always been a "phone with PDA features", whereas PPCPE is a "PDA with phone features"...

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Mono,

Que? Parlez vouz Anglaise mon cherie?

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Does PPC allow a larger screen compared to the 176x220 resriction of Smartphone :?:

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Heh, sorry. :lol:

As far as i understand it Pocket PC and SmartPhone are both based on what was Windows CE. PocketPC phone edition is a PDA operating system with phone features "bolted" on.

SmartPhone is specifically designed for use as a phone, but as it is still based around Windows CE it still has PDA funcitonality (Pocket IE, Pocket OL, high res colour screen etc).

Hopefully that makes more sense ;)

Richie: thats one of the features of PocketPC that was reduced for the phone version. The "standard" screen resolution for PocketPC is 320x220. Stylus input is another removed feature. Don't forget the SmartPhone operating system is designed for one-handed use (imagine trying to reach over witho ne had if the SPV's screen was 2x the width...)

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is it possible to install pocket pc phone edition on the SPV rather than MS Smartphone 2002?

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Nope....

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MARKUKCOUK, nope, as mono said, there is differences, the main one being the stylus input of the pocketpc, and the screen width, so it is impossible to run pocketpc os on the smartphone (hance the two seperate versions) ;)

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Edited to reflect my stupidity!!

The following features provide a range of user options that make the phone both fun and easy to use. SCH-i600 is based on Microsoft Windows Powered Smartphone 2002.

Pictures:

https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/forms/bl...tive_or_pdf=pdf

Manual:

https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/forms/bl...tive_or_pdf=pdf

The rest of it;

https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/pr...c_id=A3LSCHI600

You just gota love the FCC!! ;)

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Samsung are developing a PocketPC Phone Edition phone, the i700. It is PDA size and shape.

The i600 is the SmartPhone, it's a clamshell design, looks like the bomb and I WANT. But it's likely to be released as CDMA only ;)

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My boob!! Sorry....

Nice picies though!! ;)

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Does PPC allow a larger screen compared to the 176x220 resriction of Smartphone :?:

on a different note richie, i was laughing my ass of at your avatar pics, very funny dude

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PPC resolution is 320x220...

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Looks about the same size of the Red E developer phone

is that a stylus in his hand :?

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WOW !! , that looks sweet :shock:

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pocket pc phone edition, so yeh, it is a stylus, and its also quite a bit bigger than yer normal smartphone (think of it more like an xda)

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Here's a pic of it compared to the XDA ...

cebit2003-3.jpg

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PPC resolution is 320x220...

320x240 actually... no big deal :)

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My mistake... ;p

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Hope you didn't make the same mistake on the modaco win-a-development-phone competition

... on second thoughts, if you did make that mistake it increases the chance for me to win! :twisted:

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