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Old 10-01-2005, 11:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Forgive me if I'm being dumb, but I was reading up on the Intel chip powering the Electron. I was somewhat confused by the fact that the Intel specs for the chip talk only about EDGE support and nothing about EVDO. Is there going to be a different chip powering the CDMA/EVDO version? Is the going to be a diffent CDMA Electron all together? Any thoughts?
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Very likely since CDMA technology is controlled by Qualcom and it will probably have to use the Qualcom chip set (at least for the radio portion but most likely it would use the newest Qualcom chip set that has pretty good performance specs.
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Very likely since CDMA technology is controlled by Qualcom and it will probably have to use the Qualcom chip set (at least for the radio portion but most likely it would use the newest Qualcom chip set that has pretty good performance specs.
Ah yes... that makes sense. But what is currently being used in the 7200 series? 7290 vs. 7250?
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I don't know about the 7290 but the 7250 uses a Qualcom chipset.
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