Questions about Openmoko cellphones ..
dehqan65 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 10:08:45 CEST 2009
In The Name Of God
Thanks alot for your attention
> 2009/6/5 a dehqan <dehqan65 at gmail.com>:
> > Thanks alot for your attentions ;
> > 1- There is need a phone with a good sound power to have listening voice
> > with headphone ,have calls, recieve and dial ,send and receive sms in
> > persian language (farsi) , as for these needs first > does neo freeruner
> > fulfill these needs ? second> if yes ,which one of android , shr ,debian ,
> > qtopia are better for these needs ?
> It's good that you can just buy it and try yourself - but I'd think at
> least OM2009 should be able to do it.
when someone here ask question ,he/she needs other experiences before
buying .In Iran if i bought it and then it did not fulfill needs who
will buy that from me ?i can say maybe no one in iran use openmoko
so i'll be thankfull someone answer exacltly .
> > 2-Where can Freerunner be bought with minimum price ,in europ and asia ?
> You might again want to compare, ther's a list of distributors at openmoko.com
yes there is a page : http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Distributors
But i was interested if there is a seller that sells FR less than those prices ?
anda it is probable those prices have been changed ,isnt it ?
> > 3-Can we have stream gprs from phone to pc by bluetooth by FR ?
> I can't see why couldn't it be done, actually I think someone have
> done it already.
Whould let me know who had done that ?any link ?where can be that work
be found ?
> > How about sending and receiving sms in persian language (farsi) on FR ?
> If cyrillic / russian works, I can't see why persian/farsi couldn't be
> implemented, unless it already works.
My problem is that in iran i dont think anyone else bought FR ,so how
can i be sure it supports persian in sms ?
> please have a look at wiki.openmoko.org and also the mailing list
> archives to find more information on what's done and so on..
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