T-Mobile Releases Sidekick 3 SmartPhone

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Date: Tuesday, June 20th, 2006, 08:55
Category: Mobile Phone

sidekick3.jpgT-Mobile today announced the Sidekick 3 smartphone and Engadget has a bunch of hands-on photos. I just hope that T-Mo fixed the swiss cheese security protecting their Sidekick Web portal.



As promised, our initial impressions of the new T-Mobile Sidekick 3…First off, the Sidekick 3 is really just an evolution and enhancement of its predecessor (just as the SKII was with the original Sidekick). It’s about 20% smaller (it’s definitely more pocketable), and finally has Bluetooth, a memory card slot, and a better camera,Just as the Sidekick II was with the original Sidekick, the Sidekick is at heart just an evolution and enhancement of its predecessor. The big improvements? Bluetooth, a memory card slot, a better camera, more memory, a music player, and a trackball. There haven’t been any major changes in the UI (mainly a few tweaks here and there), and you may or may not like the new keyboard (we liked it, but you’ll just have to try it yourself and see), but the biggest disappointment is the display, which is still a paltry 240 x 160 pixels and still looks sorta washed out to our eyes.

T-Mobile Sidekick 3 hands-on! – Engadget Mobile

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sidekick3.jpgT-Mobile today announced the Sidekick 3 smartphone and Engadget has a bunch of hands-on photos. I just hope that T-Mo fixed the swiss cheese security protecting their Sidekick Web portal.



As promised, our initial impressions of the new T-Mobile Sidekick 3…First off, the Sidekick 3 is really just an evolution and enhancement of its predecessor (just as the SKII was with the original Sidekick). It’s about 20% smaller (it’s definitely more pocketable), and finally has Bluetooth, a memory card slot, and a better camera,Just as the Sidekick II was with the original Sidekick, the Sidekick is at heart just an evolution and enhancement of its predecessor. The big improvements? Bluetooth, a memory card slot, a better camera, more memory, a music player, and a trackball. There haven’t been any major changes in the UI (mainly a few tweaks here and there), and you may or may not like the new keyboard (we liked it, but you’ll just have to try it yourself and see), but the biggest disappointment is the display, which is still a paltry 240 x 160 pixels and still looks sorta washed out to our eyes.

T-Mobile Sidekick 3 hands-on! – Engadget Mobile

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