Do we REALLY need a phone?
stefano at cavallari.cjb.net
Sun Apr 20 15:59:53 CEST 2008
On Sunday 20 April 2008 15:14:58 ramsesoriginal wrote:
> I also would say that I don't know about Stefano, but i thought of
> this as a modular system when I read this mail: If you feel the need
> for gsm you put in the gsm module, if you think oyu need 4g you put in
> that chip, and if you think you need something else, then simply use
> something else. Doing this way you, for know, you simply creatre the
> gsm module. Then you create some 4g module, and people can buy it,
> upgrade their "phone", put it in a new barebone system, or whatever
> they want. Having a modular approach gives true freedome, in my
Yes that's exactly what I was talking about. In fact it is independent of
the "phone system is dying" argument as most advantages applies for legacy
phone system use. It's just that I thought this because of the other
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