Verizon preparing first phones for next-gen PTT
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source: Engadget Mobile
1. lessthanzach (unregistered)
This is going to be off the hook! I can't wait to see the new pix of the GZ'one. It has an electronic compass?? Hopefully a nicer camera this time around. And an onboard music player. Casio pulled out the stops and listened to all the customer feed back; plus if you look at the specs, it's not much larger than that motorola. As a vzw employee, who sells a lot of the gzone and gets a lot of feed back, the addition of a music player, enhanced ptt, electronic compass and smaller size should make this a hit.
2. T-Money3000 (unregistered)
Saw some new pix of it. looks awesome
3. LordObento (unregistered)
QChat is owned by Sprint/Nextel. VZW's Next Gen PTT is VoIP Rev A based PTT. You will not be able to PTT a Sprint/Nextel customer. Hope to see some pics of the c711
QChat is owned by Qualcomm, not Sprint Nextel. Know your facts before you post
owned!!! Sprint customer looking forward to c711 LMAO look forward to another provider once Sprint goes bankrupt ...which is coming very very soon. OWNED
The only thing sprint owns is its garbage network LMAO. GO VERIZON!!!!!!
Sprint won't go bankrupt verizon won't win any customers as long as they continue to lie to customers from one day to the next. You can never get a straight answer.
Nextel had exclusive development deal on QChat with Qualcomm, Sprint has it now. Verizon does not. Get YOUR facts right no. 4.
8. Eric (unregistered)
The only proprietary thing that Sprint has on Qchat is iDen-CDMA interoperability. Verizon is using QChat over EVDO rA. It is owned by Qualcomm and licensed to whomever pays the rights. i.e., Verizon!!
9. Mark Burchardt (unregistered)
Anyone notice on the Blackberry Curve for Verizon it is Push to Talk Enabled? I played with a pre-release version that had it, now i see in the description it has it, anyone know if this holds true?
End of may of which year? 2009? being May 31st and still no official word on the PTT or actual phones...