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Thread: Fijbert's P910i Review: Ten is a magical number

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    Google Translation :-

    Motion you can say to me if the P910 final release that you have indicated of possession has the Rim Blackberry Customer for eletronica mail. It would appeal to also to feel an other opinion to me on this telephone, the keyboard qwerty, etc.

    'Live long and prosper' Well long enough to see the next wave of gadgets

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    holy blurry pics batman! :laughs:

    good review, need better pics or a steady hand.
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    Originally posted by Cheech
    Google Translation :-

    Motion you can say to me if the P910 final release that you have indicated of possession has the Rim Blackberry Customer for eletronica mail. It would appeal to also to feel an other opinion to me on this telephone, the keyboard qwerty, etc.


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    babelfish from altavista has a translator for webpages even.
    got me a r6 for my riding addiction!


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    No word on Bluetooth handsfree profile support?

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    Just looked at the SE global support FAQ and to answer your quiery here's a quote

    The Bluetooth handsfree profile has a low power consuming “sniff" mode.


    Oh and motomax, this might help you further!

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    When you start your phone for the first time, you must select a language. Once a language has been selected, unused languages are deleted in order to conserve storage space.
    To change language in your phone, go to Applications > Control Panel > Other > Language selection. If the language you wish to use is not present in the list, use the Download Language application included on the Sony Ericsson PC Suite CD to change language. Additional languages are also available for downloading under Software in the navigation menu.
    Last edited by Cheech; 09-02-2004 at 09:45 AM.

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    If it really has the handsfree profile I'll be buying the P910a FOR SURE.

    Screw the S700 and it's inability to use custom MP3 ring/SMS tones...

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    I don't want that S700 either as I can't go back to using buttons after UIQ. Got a Megapixel camera so no interest in it's abilities. Really I just want to continue with SE 'P' series as it does all I need without being a PC like ppc phones try!

    Wifi would of been nice but I can wait and besides to be honest apart from home, I can't connect anyhow. It's an evolution that just get's better with every phone and after the P910 there just has to be a major upgrade, both software and hardware which adds the stuff we most want!

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    How about get both of them?

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    Well I have a GX30 which is pretty good for pictures. Money is the REAL issue.

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    Originally posted by mobilezen
    holy blurry pics batman! :laughs:

    good review, need better pics or a steady hand.
    I took the pics with a P900
    the cmaera quality sux.. not my fault

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    For those who have not seen it yet (posted in another thread a while ago), here is the P910 manual (it may take a while to download on a slow connection).

    http://svartifoss2.fcc.gov/prod/oet/...ive_or_pdf=pdf

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    "The Bluetooth handsfree profile has a low power consuming “sniff" mode."

    This is posted on the Sony Ericsson website as one of the differences between the P900 and the P910.

    What the heck does this mean? Can some one explain what they are talking about?

    Thanks.

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    At a guess, it probably only searches for a headset then when it pairs, maybe only connects if there is a call made or received. Sort of saving power over whatever handfree does now.

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    The P900 supports the Bluetooth headset profile, but not the Bluetooth handsfree profile. Without the handsfree profile, you cannot use most Bluetooth car kits, and can't pair with a Jabra BT250 in enhanced mode, etc.

    SE should have been a little more clear and said the following:

    1. YES, the P910 supports the Bluetooth handsfree profile.
    2. The Bluetooth handsfree profile in the P910 has a power saving feature that "sniffs" for the headset every so often.
    Last edited by anlog; 09-02-2004 at 06:35 PM.

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