Yes this is strange I have not seen a
really business focused keitai in
Japan. They all look like more or
less target to cosumer differing only
in more or less advanced media
...... Messaggio Originale .......
Su Wed, 03 Dec 2003 15:44:33 +0900 "Nick May" <nick_at_kyushu.com> scritto:
>While obviously sympathetic to the tone of general derision of your post,
>it WOULD be nice were one able to get an SSH session from one's phone.
>Some foreign phones can manage this, I gather - though no Japanese ones
>as far as I am aware.
>And for all their feature richness, Japanese phones are still TOO THICK!
>Which is why nothing to date has tempted me beyond my P504i.
>>From the article:
>> The company had a bitter experience in losing subscribers after
>> it reduced the number of the types of the handsets used for its
>> service. Learning a lesson from the experience, it will prepare a
>> wide variety of mobile phones for its third-generation (3G) service
>> by introducing foreign-made handsets.
>>Ha, good luck! I don't think that bringing in foreign handsets that
>>don't even begin to compare to the Japanese ones is going to do any
>>good. How many of them will have QVGA, megapixel cameras, memory
>>cards, Java, and other cool features. Certainly the above (with the
>>exception of Java for the lower-end models) are now pretty much a
>>minimum requirement for a new phone these days, I think.
>>Curt Sampson <cjs_at_cynic.net> +81 90 7737 2974 http://www.NetBSD.org
>> Don't you know, in this new Dark Age, we're all light. --XTC
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