On 05/10/2011 12:55 AM, Olivier wrote:
> 2011/5/9 randulo >
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:20 PM,
> > wrote:
> > Lots of Android handsets support wifi, like my G2, aka HTC DesireZ.
> Wouldn’t ANY modern one have wifi? That would be odd if it didn’t,
> would it not?
> Yes, of course, all dual-mode phones support WiFi but :
> 1. I’m not certain those would work without any SIM-card inside
> 2. those are likely to be more expensive than WiFi-only handset.
> See the last iPod touch which is marketed as a Sametime client is
> quite cheeper than the iPhone.
> To my knowledge, most Android-based WiFi-only machines are tablets.
archos make cheap wifi only android devices, but I’m not sure of the
small ones have the mic and speaker in the right place for a SIP call.
There are some very cheap Android phones around, while the wifi VoIP
phones tend to be expensive.