For Symbian you have a choice of DoCoMo or Vodafone. I'm not familiar
with DoCoMo's service so I can't comment on their version of the
Nokia 6630. Vodafone Japan offers two models, the 702NK (6630) and
the 702NK II (6680). Don't waste your time with the 702NK II, it
simply doesn't have enough memory to do anything useful. The 702NK
should be fine for your demo and as long as your app is "Symbian-
signed" you shouldn't have any problem installing it. Opera Mini
should run fine as well as your MIDP app.
On Jun 8, 2006, at 12:39 PM, Joe Bowbeer wrote:
> I'm interested in demonstrating a network-aware Symbian native app in
> Japan, as well as a network-aware MIDlet.
> I'm currently based in Seattle and It's been a few years since I was
> in Japan working with iApplis, so while I'm not a complete novice,
> much of what I know may no longer be relevant.
> Symbian first.
> Is Vodafone KK the only applicable service?
> What handset should I use for the demo?
> Is there a Symbian handset (N70?) that will run in USA and Tokyo? If
> so, that seems preferable. I could install the app here before I
> Otherwise, what? I read in the archives about the problems installing
> Symbian apps on the 702NK... By the way, I saw in the archives that
> Nick May was going to post a how-to on this, but I couldn't find it.
> Can someone point me to the unsis how-to?
> (Can I install a Symbian-signed app on 702NK?)
> Any other pointers or gotchas worth mentioning?
> Same questions for MIDP. Can I use, for example, a Sony Ericsson
> K750i on Vodafone KK?
> If not? Suggestions? (Does JBenchmark run on Vodafone KK handsets?
> Opera Minibrowser MIDlet? Handsets that run these would be good
> candidates for my demo...)
> Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
> Joe Bowbeer ~ joebowbeer.thruhere.net
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