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May 28, 2002 10:11 PM 6688 Views
(Updated Apr 09, 2005 10:38 AM)

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The Kyocera Smartphone series have been on the market for some time now. The Smartphone 6035 has had been on sale! from Verizon and Sprint both offering it for 100$ after mailin rebates. Seems Kyocera is coming out with a new PDAphone called Thera which will cost 800$.


The phone is a phone and a Palm driven PDA. The phone has so many features that I would have to explain one at a time.


The Smartphone technology combines a PDA with a cell phone, much like VCR-TV combo but just better! The phone comes with a flip cover which reveals a Palm V running a modified Palm OS 3.x. Also comes preloaded with Eudora Browser, Eudora Email client, calculator, Expense, Memopad and ToDo list. These Palm applications run natively on the Palm PDA. There are Phone applications too which are installed. SpeedDial, Data/Fax, Address to name a few.


To dial a number,


One could dial it like a regular phone with the flip on. The interface is a regular cell phone interface. One could also dial using by flipping the lid off. Then double tapping with the stylus on the address book entry. The dialer software comes on and press dial. One touch dialing is also an option. The one kewl option that I like the most is the voice dialing system which is pretty kewl while driving.


To log on to the internet:


One could use the verizon/sprint web access for 5$ a month. Airtime minutes not charged. I use my university internet by dialing into their server. I have a hugh plan of 600day and 4000night/weekend minutes for only 40$. I can login to my college internet for free from anywhere in the US cause long distance is free too with no roaming. I use Yahoo! messenger, Eudora browser regularly.


To use the smartphone as a wireless modem:


Connect the smartphone with a computer (my new VAIO) via the serial port docking port and one can use the phone to dial into the internet. Pretty kewl to send faxes for free in the US.


Games?


Sure! I have downloaded Traffic, Pacman, Dopewars.


Chat?


Sure! Yahoo messenger works like a charm. Can make smileys too.


Downloadable Ringer Tones:


Sure! I havent had the time to set it up though. Also you could have ringertones setup by category. I have that with nasty friends on the real harsh ringertones and the women on the one I like the best. So I know whom to talk to and whom not to without checking the caller ID.


This phone ROCKS!! for 100$


See you can land yourself with one of these.


PS: if you like those teeny weeny phones, this ones not for ya.


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