Javelin 8900 specs
GENERAL 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
SIZE Dimensions 109 x 60 x 13.5 mm
Weight 110 g
DISPLAY Type TFT, 65K colors
Size 480 x 360 pixels, 2.4 inches
- Full QWERTY keyboard
- Trackball navigation
RINGTONES Type Polyphonic, MP3
MEMORY Phonebook Yes, Photocall
Call records Yes
Card slot microSD (TransFlash) up to 16GB
- 512Mhz processor
DATA GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbps
HSCSD Yes !!! (Converts Signal to 4x the speed of Edge)
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Infrared port No
USB Yes, miniUSB
FEATURES OS BlackBerry OS
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Games Yes + downloadable
Camera 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, flash, autofocus, video
- Built-in GPS
- aGPS function
- Media player
- BlackBerry maps
- Voice dial
- Built-in handsfree
BATTERY Standard battery, Li-Ion
Talk time -
- 11-23-2008, 11:29 AM #7
GPS and Wifi... got to love that combo... and since I work in a Wifi area
Looking forward to the 8900 coming to TMO USA.
- 11-23-2008, 11:57 AM #10
It looks like HSCDSD is a service your provider will have to offer. If I am understanding correctly, most providers either choose HSCDSD or EDGE and usually choose EDGE because it is cheaper to maintain.
I also noticed in the OP that it states the 8900 will have a mini-usb port, I believe it will actually be a micro-usb port from all the reviews, images and information I have seen on the 8900.
- 11-23-2008, 02:00 PM #11
Isn't the camera supposed to be 3.2 Megapixels and not 3.15? I WANT ANSWERS AND A GOOD CAMERA!!!!With the Curve 8900 upon us, happiness has pierced through my sadness and given me new hope.
HSCSD is good@#!
HSCSD (High-Speed Circuit-Switched Data) is essentially a new high speed implementation of GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) data transfer. Four times faster than GSM, with a transfer rate of up to 57.6Kbps, it achieves this speed by allocating up to eight time slots to an individual user. This speed makes it comparable to many fixed-line telecommunications networks and will allow users to access the Internet and other datacom services via a GSM network.
HSCSD operates across a GSM network, and therefore no extra hardware is required by a mobile communications operator to offer the service, just a network software upgrade. In a GSM network single slots are allocated to each user, which has a standard data transfer rate of 9.6Kbps, although some networks are now being upgraded to 14.4Kbps, an increase of 50%. In HSCSD, users are allocated multiple slots so that the transmission speed can be drastically increased, with some service providers offering rates of up to 57.6Kbps. This enables internet access at the same speed of many dial-up modem services across fixed line networks.
HSCSD (High-Speed Circuit-Switched Data) Data Transfer System - Mobile/Cellular Technology
- 11-24-2008, 02:16 AM #18
Did anyone notice a number for Device Memory for the 8900? I did not and I am hoping that RIM, given the different CPU, will have endowed this phone with large amounts of it.
Does anyone have a number in Mb (even better Gb) please?
This is the only extra info I could find
* Wi-Fi b/g with>>>>>>> UMA <<<<<+ GPS in one
* OS 4.6.1, featuring Safe Mode start up
* 256 MB onboard flash memory (more room for apps)
* Hot-swappable microSD slot - located under the battery door
* 3.2MP camera, includes auto-focus
* Glass cover - one piece glass cover will house the camera and flash, providing a very polished look and feel
* Dedicated Lock Button - will allow easy access to lock / hold the device when not using a holster
* “Sweet Spot” narrow keypad
* Battery Cover features a new easy to use, latch mechanism
Standby time (h) up to 400
Talk time (in min.) Up to 240
Weight (g) approx 112
Size (H * W * D mm) approximately 109 x 60 x 14
Li-Ion Battery 1400 mAh
SAR (W / kg) 0.65
Phone memory-dependent memory
Display TFT display
65,536 Number of Colors
Resolution (in pixels) 480 x 360
we will have to see how provider to provider does things but this
is the breakdown any hoo
- 11-24-2008, 12:29 PM #23
The remaining question is: How much memory does 4.6.1.xxx need? The more options, extra features, graphical whizzbangs and user changable parameters they put in, the bigger the OS gets. Read the Bold forum for some tales of horror with OS 4.6.0.xxx and depleted memory.