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Chi Mei smartphone - Motorola MPx200 ?

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Chi Mei smartphone! :)

chiBEETHOVEN.jpg

http://www.wapzon.com/web/devicedetail.asp...id=2526&Bid=274

Chi Mei Beethoven features and functions:

GSM Triband (900/1800/1900MHz).

GPRS (General Packet Radio Service).

Internet Explorer and WAP browser.

MMS (multimedia Messaging Service).

Microsoft Smartphone 2002 Operating System.

Dual LCD display screen, external mono LCD display screen and internal 176X220 pixels colour LCD display screen.

Internal antenna.

5 way navigation key, headset jack and Jog dial button.

Video and MP3 player.

Call vibration.

Voice recording.

Polyphonic ring tone.

T9 text input predictive software.

Downloadable logos and ring tones.

USB and infrared port.

SD/MMC card expansion slot.

Store up to 400 contact numbers in phonebook.

Applications : Smartphone 2002 applications , Internet Explorer, Pocket Outlook, Windows Media Player, Microsoft ActiveSync, alarm clock, calendar, calculator, to-do list, memo, ringtone and picture editor, screensaver, wallpaper and games.

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I took some measures based on the photos published by ppcw.net.

http://www.ppcw.net/index.php?itemid=1434

smp5_small.jpgsmp7_small.jpg

I think my results are +/- 5% precise.

Length: 89 mm

Width: 47 mm

Height: 27 mm

Wow! A tiny Smartphone in my pocket! :o

Can't wait!!!

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Follow the PPCW link above! Finally a smartphone with a headset adaptor and memory card cover! Say goodbye to dust and stuck headset profile problems :)

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Why not a Motorola?

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I think this phone is only a test for AT&T.

I think Chi Mei could sell this ODM smartphone like HTC did it with the Canary. Later in 2004, Motorola could decide to sell its own branded smartphone including SP2003 + bluetooth + camera. And like industrial sources say, this next smartphone will be (also) manufactured by Chi Mei.

Just my thought.

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I think this phone is only a test for AT&T.

According to different sources the Chi Mei Beethoven will be launched by Motorola as V700 in the third quarter, possibly for AT&T Wireless Services.

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This product will launch as a Motorola. I have held the product in my hand yesterday.....They will probaly call it MPX200 or MPX-1

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I found this post in a US forum:

http://www.wirelessadvisor.com/waforums/me...word1=mpx%20200

I just go off the phone with AT&T wireless migration department about changing over to the GSM service. They have informed me that they are coming 0ut with about 4 new phones over the next couple of months. One the ones they mentioned was a motorola mpx 200. I called moto and they said they have not heard of that phone. has anyone out there know anything about this phone or has anyone seen it. I have checked the moto website nothing menitons the mpx 200

And this in a US info-site:

http://www.itp.net/news/105879877479210.htm

Also to be launched are the MPx200, a feature-rich device with 65k colour display, Outlook, email, calendar and expandable memory, as well as the tri-band V300 and the V500, which, along with the V600, is expected to go into the shops late in Q3.
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i seriously douibt it will be called the v700 as that is a motorola pager :)

and the motorola mpx200 series are motorolas silicon pressure sensors, so i doubt it will be called that aswell

(in fact i think the MPX range is Motorola Pressure X-Ducer)

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This product will launch as a Motorola. I have held the product in my hand yesterday.....They will probaly call it MPX200 or MPX-1

Are you working for Chi Mei, Motorola or Microsoft? Are your info reliable?

regards

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Why is everyone branding pics that are available on the FCC site unbranded?

Madness!

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It's the hip thing, yup?

I always think it looks poo if not done right. I like the ones you did on the main page :)

Well, i would not mind seeing how the phone works hands on :o

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