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    2 Qwerty Samsung's Launc

    Shipping out the 20th or so:

    For the market that wants full qwerty for SMS but not necessarily a data plan to go with it
    Rogers / Samsung launch the T456 Gravity

    Features:
    •Full slide-out QWERTY keyboard
    •Send and receive email through the embedded Rogers MobileMailemail application
    •Freedom of Communication –keep in touch with who you want, when you want through SMS, MMS, and IM (supports Windows Live TMmessenger and Yahoo! Messenger)
    •1.3 MP Camera with Video Capture
    •Quad Band World Phone -Edge (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
    •Expandable Memory –up to 4 GB MicroSD
    •Stereo Bluetooth®

    Coming in @ $29.99 on 3 Year.



    Also coming:
    the Samsung A766 Propel

    Features & Benefits
    •Full slide-out QWERTY keyboard -making the Propel perfect for messaging
    •Large 2.2”screen for easy message viewing and menu navigation
    •1.3 MP Camera with Video Capture
    •Freedom of Communication –keep in touch with who you want, when you want through SMS, MMS, and IM (supports Windows Live TMmessenger and Yahoo! Messenger)
    •Send and receive email through the embedded Rogers MobileMailemail application
    •Quad Band EDGE (850/900/1800/1900) and Dual Band HSPA (850/1900) –with data speeds up to 3.6Mbps
    •Expandable Memory –up to 8 GB MicroSD
    •Stereo Bluetooth®

    $49.99 on 3 year


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    The T456 is gonna sell well at that price. There is a large market that has been asking for a (non-Data) QWERTY messaging phone for a long time.
    Last edited by D Mac; 02-20-2009 at 02:51 PM.

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    i like the top one more
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    Quote Originally Posted by E-POTS
    i like the top one more
    Agreed, the A766 is horrendous.

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    ^ +1 Propel blows, they (Samsung) should have made the Gravity HSPA.

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    16 year old girls everywhere rejoice

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    Quote Originally Posted by mspizziri
    16 year old girls everywhere rejoice
    No that will come a week or two later when the pink LG Neon TE365 launches. =)

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    Finally, the curse of the "Why doesn't Rogers have the Rumor?" is gonna die.

    As long as they don't make these Vision phones for some reason lol
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    how much for non contract price?

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    WOWSERS! These phones are gonna CELL CELLL CELLL!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treatz
    •Send and receive email through the embedded Rogers MobileMail email application
    I've never used a Samsung phone or the Rogers MobileMail application.
    Do I take this to assume I can't use my personal or work email accounts on these devices? Only the built in Hotmail/Yahoo/etc accounts?

    I realize I can just setup fowarding, but I don't like the idea of having the application open constantly in the background.

    Just want some confirmation.

    Also, are there any dumbphones from Rogers that DO let you use any email account?

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    LOL....I saw this release elsewhere on the net not too long ago.

    LITERALLY a MONTH too late. Have a friend who just left Rogers for Bell because she wanted a qwerty cell. ouch. (there's other reasons, but that was an important reason).
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    Was stuck renewing my contact , either pay to cancel two phones on family plan for 20 months left aka 800 dollars plus to cancel out.
    Or try to get some deal with Rogers for some new phones.
    Wifes phone was pretty much dead after 2 and a half years.
    Got her a LG Pink Neon and me the Samsung t456, i tried the Neon , finding it doesn't come with a headset or any data cables , and there is non in existance that i can buy looking around , even Rogers doesn't have the cables yet.
    Its too bad since i like the Neon better, However i have come to love my Samsung over the last couple days , its a bit bigger , but weighs the same as the Neon.

    My only problem with these sliding phones is theres no way to lock the keyboard from sliding anytime it wants, and there loose enough to slide in the pocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odanhammer
    Was stuck renewing my contact , either pay to cancel two phones on family plan for 20 months left aka 800 dollars plus to cancel out.
    Or try to get some deal with Rogers for some new phones.
    Wifes phone was pretty much dead after 2 and a half years.
    Got her a LG Pink Neon and me the Samsung t456, i tried the Neon , finding it doesn't come with a headset or any data cables , and there is non in existance that i can buy looking around , even Rogers doesn't have the cables yet.
    Its too bad since i like the Neon better, However i have come to love my Samsung over the last couple days , its a bit bigger , but weighs the same as the Neon.

    My only problem with these sliding phones is theres no way to lock the keyboard from sliding anytime it wants, and there loose enough to slide in the pocket.
    Doesn't the Lg Neon just use teh same cables/headphones/etc slot that all the other recent LG's use? (the same way any Sony Ericsson can be used in any Sony Ericsson phone and most other brands?)

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    I tried an older cable for an LG phone on my wifes Neon, it doesn't connect as theres no software for the phone yet.
    Hence theres not really a data cable/ headset that works with the Neon yet.
    And no the older LG headsets work as it needs a type of headset that can be used for the radio antenna.

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