Popular CDMA Articles for 2005
According to rumor, Verizon intends to replace the Samsung i730 with a device that offers both CDMA and GSM/GPRS.
The FCC has given Samsung permission to release in the U.S. the i830, a cellular-wireless Pocket PC which will have support for both CDMA and GSM/GPRS networks.
According to an unconfirmed report, Sprint eventually plans to give up using CDMA and related wireless networking standards and switch entirely to Mobile WiMAX.
If an unconfirmed report is correct, a CDMA version of a a small and light smartphone with a built-in keyboard will debut on Verizon Wireless in the first quarter[...]
Samsung prepping CDMA/GSM PocketPC phone Confirmation of specs for iPaq hw6500, hw6700 Symbol renews Palm OS license
While at Computex I came across a couple of interesting pure Wi-Fi phones, one of which is Windows CE based and the other uses an embedded Linux OS. A[...]
A representative for Motorola has announced that the first version of his company's upcoming, highly-anticipated smartphone will be CDMA, not GSM/GPRS.