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"Captain, we’re being hailed…..""On screen.""Has anyone seen this in the Vulcan database? I’ve never seen a configuration like this." In what is likely one of the most detailed reviews I’ve ever seen, Mobility Site is among the first to get a production Cingular 3125 and provide […]

"RAZRvs3125.jpgCaptain, we’re being hailed….."
"On screen."
"Has anyone seen this in the Vulcan database? I’ve never seen a configuration like this."

In what is likely one of the most detailed reviews I’ve ever seen, Mobility Site is among the first to get a production Cingular 3125 and provide a fully detailed written review. This phone is slim like the Motorola RAZR but runs Windows Mobile 5 Smartphone edition and only costs $149 currently. You’ll get EDGE support, but no WiFi; lack of WiFi is becoming a trend that alarms me on these types of devices but since you can’t synch over WiFi due to ActiveSync "enhancements", perhaps this isn’t a big deal.

Saying anything more about this phone would be a disservice to the extremely solid review and video. I did mention the video, right? That was the "on screen" command above. ;)

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  1. Lack of wifi? Isn’t it quite common for such devices? I thought the major cellphone companies didn’t want to loose their market… although you may want to use free wifi access instead of their (expensive) EDVO plans…

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