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Dopod 838 Pro

Bought this 3G phone from QQStation
Price : B$1,388.00

What’s included :
• 838 Pro
• 1 battery
• AC adapter
• USB Sync cable
• USB hands free headset
• Leather pouch
• Getting started CD
• User Manual Quick Start Guide

Looking for PDA plus a phone?

I highly recommend this phone. It supports 3G, GPRS & GSM. It got two cameras (front and back). It also has WiFi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth and Infrared.

CPU speed is good. The OS and built-in applications seems to be very stable after one-day use. I will post another review in one-week time.

*** Important notes ***

1. Pocket MSN doesn’t work with B.Mobile (not sure why)
- Install AgileMessenger (7 days trial). MSN & Yahoo messenger works fine.
2. Micro SD Card not included.
- I bought my 1GB Toshiba Micro SD Card at Changi Airport, Singapore for S$80.00 (6 months back)
- Check out QQestore. They selling 1GB Micro SD Card for B$66.00.
3. I still haven’t managed to get my Bluetooth Headset HBH-IV835 to work with this phone.


OS : Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0
Display : 2.8” 240x320 QVGA 64K color TFT LCD
RF Network : UMTS Tri-band 2100MHz and 850/1900MHz, GSM 8500/900/1800/1900MHz
Camera : Main camera : 2.0M Pixel CMOS with macro function, 2nd camera for Video Telephony
CPU : Samsung CPU with 400MHz
Memory : Flash ROM 128MB / SDRAM 64MB
Keypad : QWERTY Keyboard Inputs, 360 degrees jog wheel
Weight : 176g with battery pack
I/O ports : IrDA SIR, Bluetooth V2.0, WiFi 802.11b/g, Micro SD slot
Dimension : 112.5mm (L) x 58mm (W) x 21.95mm (T)
Battery : 1300mAH
Standby time : GSM : 200hrs, UMTS : 180~250hrs
Talk time (back light off) : GSM : 4~5hrs, UMTS : 2~4hrs

Applications : Outlook Mobile, Office Mobile (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), IE Mobile, Windows Media Player 10 Mobile, Pocket MSN, Mobile Email with Push Email, Video-call, Smart Dialing, ClearVue PDF Document Viewer, Wireless Modem QuickMark/QR code support, Games, Voice commander, Net Wizard, MP3 Player

1 Comment:

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