Oh yes, I did not mention the unlocking options on purpose..
If you don't mind the hefty price tag, you can get the X01HT (HTC
smartphone) from Softbank, it's also easily unlockable.
Pada Mon, 6 Nov 2006 16:25:17 +0000
si "Nik Frengle" <nfrengle_at_gmail.com> bilang:
> I reccomend getting a 3G Sharp or Sony Ericcson from Softbank. The Sharp
> uses standard 3G connectors, and you can buy a dual voltage adapter for it
> (at least I was able to last year), and the Sony Ericcson has dual voltage
> on it's power adapter (better check though--ware ware Nihonjin wa sonna koto
> iranai kamo shirenai). Both are (or so I have heard) un-lockable, so if you
> bring them to Europe you should be ok.
> That is what I would do. One thing to keep in mind is that whatever your
> phone, to use it in Europe it must be a 3G model WITH GSM, and be
> unlockable. There are adapters for power, etc, but no workarounds for it not
> being 3G, or not able to be unlocked to a certain network. Forget about
> Hope this helps.
> On 11/6/06, Cluj cat <clujcat_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hello guys. I intend to buy a mobile phone here in Jp.
> > I need a simple one I don't need all that features
> > like camera etc. Can you give me some advices? I'm
> > from Europe and I'm curious if I can use it in EU
> > (220V; 50Hz)?
> > Thanks a lot.
> > Horatiu
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