Posts Tagged ‘GSMonly’
While Samsung’s Galaxy Ace Duos has already burst onto the scene in India pulling double duty on GSM and CDMA networks, the company today announced its dual-SIM GSM-only cousin will begin shipping in June in Russia, before rolling out to Europe and other regions later. Running Android 2.3 on an 832MHz processor and flashing a 3.5-inch HVGA screen, that dual-SIM capability is the highlight, with Samsung’s “Dual SIM always on” feature that forwards calls from the phone number on SIM 2, even if the user is on a call through SIM 1. Bill Bellamy and all others in need of such features can check the press release after the break for a few more details, or the gallery below to get a look from a few more angles of this son of the original Galaxy Ace.
Gallery: Samsung Galaxy Ace Duos
Windows Phone 7 will be GSM-only in 2010
CNET has confirmed that Microsoft has delayed the CDMA version of the phone OS until next year, reducing number of potential launch carriers, especially in the U.S.
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Microsoft Finalizes Windows Phone 7 Dev Tools
Microsoft showed off apps and distributed developer tools as Windows Phone 7 nears its release date.
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Windows Phone 7 Likely Coming to AT&T, T-Mobile First
Two news reports indicate Microsoft’s mobile OS will debut on GSM networks in the U.S. Microsoft – GSM – AT&T – Windows Mobile – T-Mobile
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