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samsung phone questions

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Text, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. Text

    Text Guest

    Are the phones on verizon's web site the only phones we can use on their
    network?

    What's the difference between the samsung a600 and samsung a610? Sprint
    has the a600 for 150 more. (minus the rebate on the samsung a610)




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  2. RiftMaven

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    "Text" <mas@mas.com> wrote in message news:403f9112_2@127.0.0.1...
    > Are the phones on verizon's web site the only phones we can use on their
    > network?


    Yes, unless you have an older Verizon Wireless phone that is either
    trimode or dual digital.

    > What's the difference between the samsung a600 and samsung a610? Sprint
    > has the a600 for 150 more. (minus the rebate on the samsung a610)


    No earthly idea, but I just got my a610 on Thursday, and it's an
    extremely sweet piece of technology! The flash is different from any other
    flash I've had on a camera, as it's just a normal light that grades up in
    illumination just enough to show the object of the picture, then turns off
    when the pic snaps. And I'm going to enjoy the heck out of the Voice Kit!!
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  3. SCott

    SCott Guest

    "Text" <mas@mas.com> wrote in message news:<403f9112_2@127.0.0.1>...
    > Are the phones on verizon's web site the only phones we can use on their
    > network?


    There are a lot of CDMA phones you can use on Verizon. Too many to
    list. Do you have one in mind?

    >
    > What's the difference between the samsung a600 and samsung a610? Sprint
    > has the a600 for 150 more. (minus the rebate on the samsung a610)
    >

    Are you sure it's an a600? There is an i600 that's a PDA phone. I
    think it runs the pocket version of Windows. The a610 is a camera
    phone.
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  4. fish

    fish Guest

    Text inquires:

    > Are the phones on verizon's web site
    > the only phones we can use on their
    > network?


    With the exception of the discontinued models, yes.

    > What's the difference between the
    > samsung a600 and samsung a610?


    I believe you mean the SCH-i600 -versus- the SCH-a610.

    The i600 is a computer phone. I was at a Verizon Wireless store in Manhattan
    yesterday and the salesman had that phone. He showed me a movie he
    downloaded on the phone. He was able to make the movie full screen or
    widescreen.

    The a610 is a really cool camera phone. It's a bit smaller than the i600,
    but it does sport the wide body, offering you that sure grip and solid feel.
    The buttons DO NOT feel like an afterthought, unlike other phones I care not
    to mention.

    With the optional extended battery, the a610 is a very serious champion.
    Heck, even with the standard battery, I've experienced above average service
    for a color phone.

    One important thing to note here, you can swivel the top half, close it,
    take a self portrait and see yourself completely on screen. Try that with
    any other camera cell phone and you'll discover that's not possible.

    Well, if you have any additional questions about the Samsung models, feel
    free to ask or visit the Samsung website for further technical information.

    Cheers!
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