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#3021
Hah! If we are talking about the similar situations I can say something about my pizza deliver. When I order the pizza it's always the same situation, they say it's gonna take 40 minutes. After hour of waiting I'm calling them again, so they say "we are almost done", the pizza is ready on on it's way to you. Every time.

One time I was thinking, to take a car after those
40 minutes and park outside. So I did it, and called them, they said that pizza is on it's way. So I waited another 30 minutes when the driver finnaly came out and the pizza was almost cold already.

Maybe the neo900 will finnaly came out, but it's gonna be so cooooold.

Maybe we should park outside, how to name it, neo900 factory and call them?

In my opinion they should accept their own mistake and save some honor by telling the community the truth.
 

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If the NeoN900 comes out, it will be to a reduced audience than before unfortunately.
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#3023
Originally Posted by gerbick View Post
If the NeoN900 comes out, it will be to a reduced audience than before unfortunately.
But when will this be?
Unfortunately I guess you used the right wording
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Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
But when will this be?
Unfortunately I guess you used the right wording
Sad but true.
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#3025
It has always been about the N900 form factor and OS. I would love to do another hardware generation jump and maybe bump back to N800 form factor so we get more LCD area.
Throw a Maemo5 like GUI FOSS Gnu-Linux OS onto it with an APK loading environment and we would have something great and ready for everyday use.
While wishing I also want a pocsag pager module installed so I can leave the cellular modem powered down and can still take incoming pages and callback quickly while operating radio-silent and untracked by corporate and government busybodies.
Internal power, charging, and maybe a strip of GPIOs and serial as well as USB host pads would enable plugging or soldering down striped down USB dongles or other hardware for easy custom aftermarket expansion, similar to the hackerbuss designed for the N900.
 

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Originally Posted by biketool View Post
While wishing I also want a pocsag pager module installed so I can leave the cellular modem powered down and can still take incoming pages and callback quickly while operating radio-silent and untracked by corporate and government busybodies.
Interesting idea. I wouldn't have though the pager network was still in use, having not seen one in ages, but indeed, it is still available !
Tuning an SDR to 466MHz (the band reserved for it in France), I can see a lot a messages going on.
Documentation says it is mainly used by people like emergency services, having a better service than GSM for coverage and robustness.

Thanks for the remainder it still exists !
 

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