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  1. #1
    Oliver Bobon
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    Hey!

    Does anyone know, if Sonyericsson is planning to develop a successor of
    t39m?
    Maybe same phone but faster (Menu, GPRS), better energy-management?
    It was such a cool phone. Very good reception and sound, small in size, good
    looking, external antenna plus connector for car-kit-antenna.

    I dont understand why they don't

    Oliver, remembering the glory t39m days





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  2. #2
    Paul Wright
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    Re: why no successor of t39

    Boring old Black and White screen... Colour has replaced it...

    "Oliver Bobon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hey!
    >
    > Does anyone know, if Sonyericsson is planning to develop a successor of
    > t39m?
    > Maybe same phone but faster (Menu, GPRS), better energy-management?
    > It was such a cool phone. Very good reception and sound, small in size,

    good
    > looking, external antenna plus connector for car-kit-antenna.
    >
    > I dont understand why they don't
    >
    > Oliver, remembering the glory t39m days
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Oliver Bobon
    Guest

    Re: why no successor of t39


    "Paul Wright" <wrightp(nospam)@netspace.net.au> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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    > Boring old Black and White screen... Colour has replaced it...


    But easy to read in sunlight...





  4. #4
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: why no successor of t39

    "Oliver Bobon" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Does anyone know, if Sonyericsson is planning to develop a
    > successor of t39m? Maybe same phone but faster (Menu, GPRS),
    > better energy-management? It was such a cool phone. Very good
    > reception and sound, small in size, good looking, external
    > antenna plus connector for car-kit-antenna.
    >
    > I dont understand why they don't


    No chance. Sad, I know, but when Sony and Ericsson merged, this
    was the end of sturdy, durable, no-nonsense business phones. I
    still use both of my T39s all the time and pray to god they will
    live as long as possible. I have absoluzely no idea what to get
    when they die.

    Btw, I have no complaint about enery management, not using IR, but
    the data cable, having BT set to automatic mode, using it only
    with the headset while driving.

    M.



  5. #5
    Michael Pronay
    Guest

    Re: why no successor of t39

    "Paul Wright" <wrightp(nospam)@netspace.net.au> wrote:

    > Boring old Black and White screen... Colour has replaced it...


    Do you need colour in your books? Colour books are for kids.

    M.



  6. #6
    Olaf Peuss
    Guest

    Re: why no successor of t39

    Oliver Bobon wrote:

    > Does anyone know, if Sonyericsson is planning to develop a successor
    > of t39m?
    > Maybe same phone but faster (Menu, GPRS), better energy-management?
    > It was such a cool phone. Very good reception and sound, small in
    > size, good looking, external antenna plus connector for
    > car-kit-antenna.
    >
    > I dont understand why they don't
    >
    > Oliver, remembering the glory t39m days


    Well, if you ask SE, they'll probably say that at long last the Z600 has
    been introduced to be the rightful successor to the T39m although I'd
    certainly fail to see it that way. ;-)


    Kind regards,
    Olaf - who still uses his old T39m and a new R520m and is as happy as a pig
    in sh.. with both of them. :-)

    Please use "reply to" address for e-mail.





  7. #7
    Carl.
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    Re: why no successor of t39

    "Paul Wright" <wrightp(nospam)@netspace.net.au> wrote in message
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    > Boring old Black and White screen... Colour has replaced it...


    I like color too, but I don't expect everyone else to like it. It serves
    little purpose, and so far all color screens are more difficult to see. We
    are on the edge of getting color screens that will be as power efficient and
    usefull in sunlight as a regular old LCD, and then we can declare them as a
    replacement.


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  8. #8
    dakman33
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    Re: why no successor of t39

    I am still using my T39 (I have two of them). I love this phone. It does
    everything I still need. However, with the release of the z600, I
    believe it's time to move on. It sure seems to me to be a good upgrade.
    Meaning, I could see why SE would consider this (z600) as a "successor"
    to the T39.

    Olaf Peuss wrote:
    > Oliver Bobon wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Does anyone know, if Sonyericsson is planning to develop a successor
    >>of t39m?
    >>Maybe same phone but faster (Menu, GPRS), better energy-management?
    >>It was such a cool phone. Very good reception and sound, small in
    >>size, good looking, external antenna plus connector for
    >>car-kit-antenna.
    >>
    >>I dont understand why they don't
    >>
    >>Oliver, remembering the glory t39m days

    >
    >
    > Well, if you ask SE, they'll probably say that at long last the Z600 has
    > been introduced to be the rightful successor to the T39m although I'd
    > certainly fail to see it that way. ;-)
    >
    >
    > Kind regards,
    > Olaf - who still uses his old T39m and a new R520m and is as happy as a pig
    > in sh.. with both of them. :-)
    >
    > Please use "reply to" address for e-mail.
    >
    >




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  9. #9
    Oliver Bobon
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    Re: why no successor of t39


    "dakman33" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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    > I am still using my T39 (I have two of them). I love this phone. It does
    > everything I still need. However, with the release of the z600, I
    > believe it's time to move on. It sure seems to me to be a good upgrade.
    > Meaning, I could see why SE would consider this (z600) as a "successor"
    > to the T39.
    >

    Technically yes, but it is much too fat when it is closed - so i don't think
    it is a successor...





  10. #10
    Whytoi
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    Re: why no successor of t39

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Oliver Bobon <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "dakman33" <[email protected]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I am still using my T39 (I have two of them). I love this phone. It does
    > > everything I still need. However, with the release of the z600, I
    > > believe it's time to move on. It sure seems to me to be a good upgrade.
    > > Meaning, I could see why SE would consider this (z600) as a "successor"
    > > to the T39.
    > >

    > Technically yes, but it is much too fat when it is closed - so i don't think
    > it is a successor...


    I agree. Z600's form factor was such a disappointment. And I thought
    "Sony" had all the technical know-how on miniturization...



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