Originally posted by Bert Bates:
Does anybody have any current info / links concerning what Java enabled phones are available in the US, and how good they are? (features, costs, reliability, etc.)
Originally posted by Michael Yuan:
Nokia's cheap mass market phones (Series 40) have just come out to support MIDP 2 (6310 and 5410, I do not think either is available now)
Originally posted by Cheng Wei Lee:
Nokia was the early adoptor for J2ME. In fact most of its upcoming phones are Java-enabled. However, it is losing market share very fast. Some of the reasons being too costly. Also, Nokia loves to cripple its IR port. It lacks the flexibility for installing midlets. You've to go through its proprietary software to do installation, sucks big time. Not to mention it has a poor screen size with a bulky handset.
Originally posted by Nobuhiro Watsuki:
I feel the need to buy a "SCMAD phone".
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