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  1. #1
    Ed.
    Guest
    Hello All,
    Looking at an SE K750i (currently have T610) but have a few questions the
    phone reps can't answer, was hoping someone here might be able to help.

    1. How many SMS can you store? I have a T610 that has a frustratingly low
    amount of SMS. I like to keep some for future ref. So, wondering not so
    much about exact numbers, but are we talking <20 odd like the T610, around
    50, or what?

    2. Can SMS be downloaded from the phone to a PC at all?

    3. Contact information. What types of information wil it store? I'd like
    address and email address also, my last phone had neither.

    4. SMS text writing speed. My last phone was too slow when writing sms, it
    took a a short time for letters to show up, and if you made a mistake had to
    wait for a couple of seconds after it warned of a word not being in the
    dictionary. Also, it would just be slow to edit an sms, moving the cursor
    back through a message to fix a mistake was slow. Is this an issue with the
    K750i?

    5. T610 screen was hard (almost impossible) to see outdoors in sunlight.
    Bummer here in Australia. How is the K750i screen?

    That's about it! Thanks in advance!
    - Ed.





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  2. #2
    Swiss Tony
    Guest

    Re: K750 Questions


    "Ed." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hello All,
    > Looking at an SE K750i (currently have T610) but have a few questions

    the
    > phone reps can't answer, was hoping someone here might be able to help.
    >
    > 1. How many SMS can you store? I have a T610 that has a frustratingly low
    > amount of SMS. I like to keep some for future ref. So, wondering not so
    > much about exact numbers, but are we talking <20 odd like the T610, around
    > 50, or what?


    Got 57 in my inbox atm but i beleive it can take up to 100

    > 2. Can SMS be downloaded from the phone to a PC at all?


    Not sure about this. i dont think u can do it with the SE software but there
    maybe a 3rd party jobby that does it

    > 3. Contact information. What types of information wil it store? I'd

    like
    > address and email address also, my last phone had neither.

    Name
    Number
    Email
    Website
    Address
    Birthday
    Section for extra info.

    >
    > 4. SMS text writing speed. My last phone was too slow when writing sms,

    it
    > took a a short time for letters to show up, and if you made a mistake had

    to
    > wait for a couple of seconds after it warned of a word not being in the
    > dictionary. Also, it would just be slow to edit an sms, moving the cursor
    > back through a message to fix a mistake was slow. Is this an issue with

    the
    > K750i?
    >


    SMS is very quick. It depends if you use predictive text or not, on the
    speed of editing.
    But they are both still quick/

    > 5. T610 screen was hard (almost impossible) to see outdoors in sunlight.
    > Bummer here in Australia. How is the K750i screen?


    Its not bad.
    You can adjust the brightness and the theme of the background which will
    help in high light areas.

    > That's about it! Thanks in advance!
    > - Ed.
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Tygrinn
    Guest

    Re: K750 Questions

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  4. #4
    Your Name Here
    Guest

    Re: K750 Questions

    On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 13:19:32 +0800, "Ed." <[email protected]m> wrote:

    >Hello All,
    > Looking at an SE K750i (currently have T610) but have a few questions the
    >phone reps can't answer, was hoping someone here might be able to help.
    >
    >1. How many SMS can you store? I have a T610 that has a frustratingly low
    >amount of SMS. I like to keep some for future ref. So, wondering not so
    >much about exact numbers, but are we talking <20 odd like the T610, around
    >50, or what?


    It can store up to 100 messages in your inbox and 100 messages in your
    outbox. So total is around 200 messages, I believe...
    >
    >2. Can SMS be downloaded from the phone to a PC at all?


    It cannot be done with the provided software.
    You can, however, use MyPhoneExplorer or Float's Mobile Agent to back
    up your SMS and phone entries and so on with the provided USB cable.

    >
    >3. Contact information. What types of information wil it store? I'd like
    >address and email address also, my last phone had neither.


    Address and email address is possible. It is best to organize your
    contact in Outlook first, then sync with the phone. It's MUCH easier
    to edit/organize your contacts using a keyboard than the phone!

    >
    >4. SMS text writing speed. My last phone was too slow when writing sms, it
    >took a a short time for letters to show up, and if you made a mistake had to
    >wait for a couple of seconds after it warned of a word not being in the
    >dictionary. Also, it would just be slow to edit an sms, moving the cursor
    >back through a message to fix a mistake was slow. Is this an issue with the
    >K750i?


    SMS speed is quite fast. It's not lightning fast like Nokia, but it is
    a dramatic improvement over my T68 which is very slow. I have not used
    a T610, so I cannot comment. I find that the K750 has no problems
    keeping up with my SMS composing.

    >
    >5. T610 screen was hard (almost impossible) to see outdoors in sunlight.
    >Bummer here in Australia. How is the K750i screen?


    The screen is exceptional in outdoor conditions. Very clear and no
    problems at all.
    If you use a screen protector, it may be slightly diffiicult to read.
    But it is not so bad that you must squint to see.

    >
    >That's about it! Thanks in advance!
    > - Ed.


    Good luck, and you will not be disappointed with this phone.




  5. #5
    BG
    Guest

    Re: K750 Questions

    On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 13:19:32 +0800, "Ed." <[email protected]> wrote:

    >1. How many SMS can you store? I have a T610 that has a frustratingly low
    >amount of SMS. I like to keep some for future ref. So, wondering not so
    >much about exact numbers, but are we talking <20 odd like the T610, around
    >50, or what?


    I've had 226 SMSs in the phone memory.


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  6. #6
    Ed.
    Guest

    Re: K750 Questions

    Thanks all, you've been v helpful.

    - Ed.

    "Your Name Here" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Fri, 4 Nov 2005 13:19:32 +0800, "Ed." <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >Hello All,
    > > Looking at an SE K750i (currently have T610) but have a few questions

    the
    > >phone reps can't answer, was hoping someone here might be able to help.
    > >
    > >1. How many SMS can you store? I have a T610 that has a frustratingly

    low
    > >amount of SMS. I like to keep some for future ref. So, wondering not so
    > >much about exact numbers, but are we talking <20 odd like the T610,

    around
    > >50, or what?

    >
    > It can store up to 100 messages in your inbox and 100 messages in your
    > outbox. So total is around 200 messages, I believe...
    > >
    > >2. Can SMS be downloaded from the phone to a PC at all?

    >
    > It cannot be done with the provided software.
    > You can, however, use MyPhoneExplorer or Float's Mobile Agent to back
    > up your SMS and phone entries and so on with the provided USB cable.
    >
    > >
    > >3. Contact information. What types of information wil it store? I'd

    like
    > >address and email address also, my last phone had neither.

    >
    > Address and email address is possible. It is best to organize your
    > contact in Outlook first, then sync with the phone. It's MUCH easier
    > to edit/organize your contacts using a keyboard than the phone!
    >
    > >
    > >4. SMS text writing speed. My last phone was too slow when writing sms,

    it
    > >took a a short time for letters to show up, and if you made a mistake had

    to
    > >wait for a couple of seconds after it warned of a word not being in the
    > >dictionary. Also, it would just be slow to edit an sms, moving the

    cursor
    > >back through a message to fix a mistake was slow. Is this an issue with

    the
    > >K750i?

    >
    > SMS speed is quite fast. It's not lightning fast like Nokia, but it is
    > a dramatic improvement over my T68 which is very slow. I have not used
    > a T610, so I cannot comment. I find that the K750 has no problems
    > keeping up with my SMS composing.
    >
    > >
    > >5. T610 screen was hard (almost impossible) to see outdoors in sunlight.
    > >Bummer here in Australia. How is the K750i screen?

    >
    > The screen is exceptional in outdoor conditions. Very clear and no
    > problems at all.
    > If you use a screen protector, it may be slightly diffiicult to read.
    > But it is not so bad that you must squint to see.
    >
    > >
    > >That's about it! Thanks in advance!
    > > - Ed.

    >
    > Good luck, and you will not be disappointed with this phone.
    >






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