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Old 09-12-2006, 04:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I found this and think it is quite interesting. It appears to me to be the Q3 notes showing all Q3 activity for Cingular and their plans for new phones.


http://www.pcsintel.com/index2.php?o...%20cingular%22

A very interesting read and what appears to be an inside look at Cingular.
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Here is the info incase they take this down:


PCS Intel Quarterly Report - Cingular Q3 2006
Written by Christopher Price
Thursday, 27 July 2006
Every Cingular phone being prepared for release. We pick up our coverage of the carriers, thirteen phones in total.

Note: Some phones may not be released, some phones may be radically different than the projections stated here when
they near launch. PCS Intel is not a rumor site, but news in this article is not as vetted as our typical coverage.

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HP hw6925

The hw6925 builds on HP's existing hw6515 by adding Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU2 and built-in 802.11b WiFi. The device
has been delayed several, several times and will now face stiff competition from devices such as HTC Hermes. The
hw6925's GSM/EDGE now appears underpowered compared with Hermes' global UMTS compliment. However, HP
(and HTC, the ODM of the device) will launch the device around the end of next month for $599.99 with contract, before
rebate.

However, the hw6925 will maintain the features that made its predecessor so popular, mainly a Treo-like 240x240 pixel
display with full keyboard, as well as built-in GPS receiver and GPS navigation software.

(High-Resolution Image of hw6925)

HP may be able to maintain a position in the smart device market with the hw6925 if it begins agressively cutting prices
on the hw6925 once Palm and HTC begin offering their next-generation smart devices. Because the hw6925 uses
relatively less expensive components, this is not out of the reach of the general consumer. The hw6925 will be
complimented with a non-camera version of the device, the hw6920.



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ship under the new HTC consumer brand. The Hermes will build on the Wizard with global UMTS (a cell phone first),
combining UMTS abroad on 2100 MHz with 1900 & 850 MHz UMTS coverage exclusive to the United States. The
device, however, will lack HSDPA, making it difficult to rank in the connectivity game.

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PCS Intel Quarterly Report - Cingular Q3 2006
Written by Christopher Price
Thursday, 27 July 2006
Every Cingular phone being prepared for release. We pick up our coverage of the carriers, thirteen phones in total.

Note: Some phones may not be released, some phones may be radically different than the projections stated here when
they near launch. PCS Intel is not a rumor site, but news in this article is not as vetted as our typical coverage.

Discuss In Our Forums

HP hw6925

The hw6925 builds on HP's existing hw6515 by adding Windows Mobile 5.0 AKU2 and built-in 802.11b WiFi. The device
has been delayed several, several times and will now face stiff competition from devices such as HTC Hermes. The
hw6925's GSM/EDGE now appears underpowered compared with Hermes' global UMTS compliment. However, HP
(and HTC, the ODM of the device) will launch the device around the end of next month for $599.99 with contract, before
rebate.

However, the hw6925 will maintain the features that made its predecessor so popular, mainly a Treo-like 240x240 pixel
display with full keyboard, as well as built-in GPS receiver and GPS navigation software.

(High-Resolution Image of hw6925)

HP may be able to maintain a position in the smart device market with the hw6925 if it begins agressively cutting prices
on the hw6925 once Palm and HTC begin offering their next-generation smart devices. Because the hw6925 uses
relatively less expensive components, this is not out of the reach of the general consumer. The hw6925 will be
complimented with a non-camera version of the device, the hw6920.



HTC TyTN (Hermes)



The HTC TyTN (code-name Hermes) will replace the Cingular 8125 Wizard, and may be one of the first HTC devices to
ship under the new HTC consumer brand. The Hermes will build on the Wizard with global UMTS (a cell phone first),
combining UMTS abroad on 2100 MHz with 1900 & 850 MHz UMTS coverage exclusive to the United States. The
device, however, will lack HSDPA, making it difficult to rank in the connectivity game.

HTC MTeoR (Star Trek)

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I found this and think it is quite interesting. It appears to me to be the Q3 notes showing all Q3 activity for Cingular and their plans for new phones.


http://www.pcsintel.com/index2.php?o...%20cingular%22

A very interesting read and what appears to be an inside look at Cingular.
I'm glad you find it interesting, but since it doesn't mention a single new Blackberry device, I fail to see its relevance in this forum.
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Thank you for making my point, the 8100 / Pearl is rumored to be available on cingular in the near future and it shows up nowhere in this info.
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Thank you for making my point, the 8100 / Pearl is rumored to be available on cingular in the near future and it shows up nowhere in this info.
3Q2006 covers the months of July, August, and September. If the 8100 is released by Cingular in October, that would be a 4Q release, which would not show up in the document you linked to.
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