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European iPhone will support 3G, have 16GB storage?

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 12 Sep 2007 19:49 User comments (1)

European iPhone will support 3G, have 16GB storage? According to Mobile Magazine, when Europe finally gets Apple Inc.'s iPhone, it will receive an upgraded model compared to what's currently available on the U.S. market. In the United States, the iPhone currently sells for $399. The GSM-based mobile phone also includes iPod functionality and 8GB storage capacity.
A leaked print advertisement from T-Mobile Germany details an iPhone model that sports 16GB storage capacity and is equipped with the much faster 3G data connection. The UMTS/HSDPA radio will send data over in much more efficient manner (at up to 3.6Mbps) than the EDGE connection that AT&T in the States offers.

The rest of the specs sound familiar like the 2.0 megapixel integrated camera, visual voicemail and of course, iPod functionality. The price tag for the phone will be a steep &euro499 (US$687) when the iPhone hits German shelves this November.


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114.9.2007 20:55

I just hope that the model that is going to be released downunder will be a better product which is available across the board of the telecommunication companies that are here.

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