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Any phone models meet these requirements?

 
serge masse
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Any phone models meet these requirements?

- MIDP2

- and raw TCP/IP socket connections

- and midlets that are at least 100 KB in size

- and offered by a carrier (telco) that allows raw TCP/IP socket connections (any telco, not only US telcos) - I know that Orange in Europe did support raw TCP/IP socket connections in 2004.

- and preferably a qwerty keypad

Thanks
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Michael Lloyd Lee
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My Sendo M570 (RIP*) did (excluding keyboard size), and Vodafone UK does.

I've had reports of my J2ME VNC application working on a Blackberry. Newer Nokia phones support raw sockets. And the Moto Razr V3.
Most new devices supports RAW sockets, and 100K jar files.

*It had a breif incounter with the floor. *sob* What to buy next.
 
William Frantz
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I believe the Treo 650 meets all those qualifications.

http://www.palm.com/us/support/jvm/

It has a full keyboard. It's available on SprintPCS and Cingular.

http://www.cingular.com/treo650

WebSphere is MIDP 2. I believe you can install 100 Kb MIDlets. I'm not sure about the ports. I know Sprint allows you to open a wide number of ports, I'm just not sure if you can do it within a Java MIDlet.

William Frantz
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[ October 19, 2005: Message edited by: William Frantz ]
 
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