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found the java benchmark grapih :lol:  

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Source: nieuwemobiel.nl & Jbenckmarks 2.0

Yes, it comes from my MPx220 review. I made that graphic :wink: You found it at NieuweMobiel.NL?

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A few months ago I had the black one already, I used it for my review :lol: MPx220 isn't available yet it wont suprise me if Moto pushed it back to Q1 2005 :x By then I want a WLAN phone with QVGA screen and good megapixelcamera.

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I bought a Mpx 220 this weekend and I have to agree with you that it is one of the best phones that I have ever used--Like you I can't seem to get the java apps that I used on my V400 to work or function on the mpx220--the blackberry functionality of the phone is awesome--I get all of my emails on time with no problems--Haven't had any trouble with the internet other than if the signal is too low (one bar) but other than that this phones kicks **s.  This is one of the best phones that Motorola has come out with--would love to see the bronze version make it to market as well.

"Blackberry Functionality"? Canyou tell me about this? Does it actually receive emails in real time, or are you just having it go out and look for them on a timed interval basis? The MPx200 can do this too.

Thanks for clarifying,

MadSci

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where lucky that someone gets very windy in here to cool of the heat in this forum. might as well mention where you got your college diploma and doctorate degree or maybe you forgot to mention that your a scientist. :roll:

i think we should nominate this guy who is "expert in cell phones and wi-fi" for moderator. :lol:

Well, I do have a Doctorate, doesn't make me better informed about my phone though. To think of all the time I wasted on Science and Medicine :D

MadSci

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found the java benchmark grapih :lol:  

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Source: nieuwemobiel.nl & Jbenckmarks 2.0

Interesting, adn impressive.

Any (rough) idea where the MPx200 would have been on this graph?

Cheers,

MadSci

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Interesting, adn impressive.

Any (rough) idea where the MPx200 would have been on this graph?

Cheers,

MadSci

Ask AVwijk :lol: he did all the testing. But think it lies somewhere between the p900 and the v66i :D

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The "blackberry" functionality is a combination of the Exchange ActiveSync functionality and OTA Notifications from Exchange 2003. Essentially what happens is this, when an email arrives in your mailbox, Exchange 2003 sends out an SMS. Now this SMS never acctually appears on your phone but it triggers an activesync. Presto! you email appears on your phone.

Works ok, there is maybe a 30 to 120 second delay between the time the mail hits your mailbox at the office and the time it hits your phone.

Cool feature.

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I like the mpx220 but I'm sick of waiting, I've been waiting so long now (9 months) I feel like having a baby, so I'm (prob) going for the mda compact. the whole reason I joind modaco ---> for the mpx220, so I could stay uptodate :roll:

Another delay, have to wait till 2005 whatever.....

imate jam/qtek s100/mda compact here I come!!!!

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it took a while, boy.. does Moto tech support suck, the higher ups leave the supprt guys hanging: :shock: Go get your new Moto!

"Thank you for contacting Motorola e-mail support once again.

Regarding your request, we are happy to tell you that on Friday 12 November Motorola began to make updated MPx220 handsets available to Best Buy. The units are being shipped through Best Buy distribution channels to enable availability of the MPx220 at retail. We invite you to contact the Best Buy from which you purchased your MPx220. Our companies are working together to ensure consumer satisfaction. As part of our commitment to constant improvement, Motorola has updated the software on the MPx220 to improve audio and microphone performance after receiving consumer feedback following early product sales.

We hope that you find this information useful and we remain at your entire disposal for future questions you may wish to ask.

If you have further questions or need additional assistance, please contact our Cellular Information Center at 1-800-331-6456. Our business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM until 7:00 PM CST.

For information about Motorola products and services, please locate http://www.motorola.com/

If you cannot hipper link, please copy/paste the link into your browser.

Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to be of service to you.

Best Regards,"

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The "blackberry" functionality is a combination of the Exchange ActiveSync functionality and <a href=http://www.modaco.com/viewtopic.php?t=102618>OTA</a> Notifications from Exchange 2003.  Essentially what happens is this, when an email arrives in your mailbox, Exchange 2003 sends out an SMS.  Now this SMS never acctually appears on your phone but it triggers an activesync.  Presto!  you email appears on your phone.

Works ok, there is maybe a 30 to 120 second delay between the time the mail hits your mailbox at the office and the time it hits your phone.

Cool feature.

Can you make this work from your home computer? I don't have a server and don't connect to a corporate server. My MAPI webmail is picked up via Outlook by my home machine. I can leave the home machine on all the time as I have a well-protected Cable modem hookup that's always on.

Thanks for the info! Cheers!

MadSci

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Yes, it comes from my MPx220 review. I made that graphic :wink: You found it at NieuweMobiel.NL?

Hey AvWijk, can you enlighten us as to where the Mps200 would have been on this graph? Might help to estimate the increased functionality and speed of the new unit. Thanks!

MadSci

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