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    Default Motorola A925



    Any users of this 3G PDA Phone?
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    Me ... why?
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    Any problems so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazerLordz
    Any problems so far?
    A few bugs here and there... doesn't restart as often as reported... when i got mine, it was already pretty stable.

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    I see.Which mobile provider are you using.M1, Singtel or Starhub?Is the 3G network smooth?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LazerLordz
    I see.Which mobile provider are you using.M1, Singtel or Starhub?Is the 3G network smooth?
    Phone is imported from Australia. I'm under Singtel.

    Tested during the free trial / 3g period @ the Singtel's 3G launch ... video calls made from a SE Z1010 is very smooth. Only problem is the phone's poor battery life as per all 3g handsets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL
    Phone is imported from Australia. I'm under Singtel.

    Tested during the free trial / 3g period @ the Singtel's 3G launch ... video calls made from a SE Z1010 is very smooth. Only problem is the phone's poor battery life as per all 3g handsets.
    Yeah, the batt life.Heh, but I've a habit of charging it all the time at home.Gonna get it today..thanks for the info.
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    Woah ... welcome onboard... this phone can run P800 apps ... ... don't mind me asking .. but how much did you get it for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL
    Woah ... welcome onboard... this phone can run P800 apps ... ... don't mind me asking .. but how much did you get it for?
    I see.P800 eh..Interesting
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    Where can I find extra batteries for sale?I find the talktime dwindling very fast..
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    Standard package should come with 2 batteries. 2 chargers.

    Batteries are NOT SOLD in Singapore ...

    Anyway the GPS program doesn't work

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    Quote Originally Posted by dEthANGeL
    Standard package should come with 2 batteries. 2 chargers.

    Batteries are NOT SOLD in Singapore ...

    Anyway the GPS program doesn't work
    Yeah so I've found out..bleddy operators.LOL.

    Been sourcing for extra batts from Australia..seems like its Ebay for me.
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