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How to determine which phones are J2ME ready

pengster inc
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Joined: Jul 04, 2003
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Folks,

I'm a newbie at J2ME and my apologise if this is a stupid question.
While I'm still trying to sort out all these midp, cldc and stuff.
I'm also considering to upgrade my current mobile phone to one that is J2ME ready.

What I mean by "J2ME ready" is, one which I can write J2ME apps for.
My problem is I don't exactly know how to determine if a phone is J2ME ready or not.

I've tried asking the sales guy but he can only refer me to tech support.
Tech support is only giving me a run around. It seems no one could specifically tell me if I can or cannot write J2ME apps on specific phones.

So I thought I'll ask you folks.

Specifically I'm considering the list of phones below...
LG 6070
LG 4600
LG 5450
Audiovox 8920T
Audiovox 8900
Samsung SCH A670
Samsung SCH A600
Samsung SCH SPHi700
Kyocera KE424C
Kyocera K494
Kyocera 7135
Motorola T731C
BlackBerry 7750
BlackBerry 6750


Can anyone tell me which of these models are "J2ME ready"?
Or how can I figure that out for myself?

thanks
pengster
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