Blaze, an Android phone coming with T-Mobile 3G bands but hitting Cincinnati Bell, for now?

By: t-marco April 27th, 2010

Another Android phone just passed today with T-Mobile 3G bands. This time is not an HTC or a Huawei. Another Chinese company, Commtiva.  This Android phone called Blaze is going to arrive on Cincinnati Bell Network. This Regional cellphone company uses the same AWS bands that T-Mobile uses.  The new Blaze is and Android phone running 1.6 OS, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR, Quadband GSM and dual band 1700/2100 HSDPA, aGPS, and 5M camera with flash and autofocus. This product has an Android platform based on Linux, which can be expanded by a variety of  Java-Script-based application SW.

We hope the Blaze can land also in T-Mobile’s Network.

Specifications  after the JUMPRadio Band & Standard
GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
WCDMA/HSDPA 1700 / 2100

5MP Camera

3.5 mm jack

Connectivity
GPS GPS / AGPS
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR 2.0 + EDR
USB USB 2.0
Power
Battery Rechargeable Li-Ion 1230mAh
Power Adapter AC input: 100-240V, 50 / 60Hz, 0.2A max.
DC output: 5V, 1A
Temperature
Operating -15ºC to 55ºC
Non-operating / Storage -20ºC to 70ºC
Charging 0ºC to 40ºC
Humidity
Operating 10% to 90% non-condensing
Non-operating / Storage 5% to 95% non-condensing

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16 Responses to “Blaze, an Android phone coming with T-Mobile 3G bands but hitting Cincinnati Bell, for now?”

  1. A New Challenger Has Approached: Commtiva Blaze Passes The FCC | Android Phone Fans on April 28th, 2010 12:38 pm


    [...] called the Blaze – and it appears to be carrying T-Mobile’s 3G bands. According to CellPhone Signal, the phone is set to launch for regional carrier Cincinnati Bell, who uses the same bands T-Mobile [...]

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  4. Planet Android » Blog Archive » A New Challenger Has Approached: Commtiva Blaze Passes The FCC on April 28th, 2010 5:05 pm


    [...] called the Blaze – and it appears to be carrying T-Mobile’s 3G bands. According to CellPhone Signal, the phone is set to launch for regional carrier Cincinnati Bell, who uses the same bands T-Mobile [...]

  5. A New Challenger Has Approached: Commtiva Blaze Passes The FCC « Droid Freaks on April 28th, 2010 6:07 pm


    [...] called the Blaze – and it appears to be carrying T-Mobile’s 3G bands. According to CellPhone Signal, the phone is set to launch for regional carrier Cincinnati Bell, who uses the same bands T-Mobile [...]

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    [...] called the Blaze – and it appears to be carrying T-Mobile’s 3G bands. According to CellPhone Signal, the phone is set to launch for regional carrier Cincinnati Bell, who uses the same bands T-Mobile [...]

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  12. Future Blaze User on May 12th, 2010 11:19 pm


    From Cincinnati Bell's FAQ page

    Cincinnati Bell Blaze

    Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

    General FAQs

    Voicemail FAQs

    Bluetooth Privacy Protection FAQs

    General FAQs

    Q: Can I browse the Internet on my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: The Cincinnati Bell Blaze's WAP/Web Browser software allows you to navigate various services through the Internet.

    Q: Can I download ringtones to my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: Yes, ringtones can be downloaded via the Cincinnati Bell Wireless Web Portal.

    Q: Can I receive email on my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: Yes, the Cincinnati Bell Blaze can access a variety of email services including: POP3/IMAP, Internet email, and Microsoft Exchange.

    Q: Can I synchronize my contacts, calendar and other information with my computer?

    A: Yes, using PC Tools, you can synchronize important information like calendar and contacts. This application will install automatically when the device is connected to a PC.

    Q: Can I use my Cincinnati Bell Blaze as a modem?

    A: Yes, the Cincinnati Bell Blaze can be tethered to a PC and used as a modem via USB in Windows XP or higher.

    Q: Can I watch videos on my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: Yes, the Cincinnati Bell Blaze supports streaming video and video clips.

    Q: Can my Cincinnati Bell Blaze connect to a Bluetooth device?

    A: Yes, the Cincinnati Bell Blaze has built in support for Bluetooth connectivity.

    Q: Can the Cincinnati Bell Blaze receive Text or Picture Messages from an email address?

    A: Yes. Cincinnati Bell Wireless provides its customers with email addresses for both SMS and MMS messaging, allowing anyone with email capabilities to send both messages and photos to the Cincinnati Bell Blaze.

    * SMS: 10digitmobilenumber@gocbw.com
    * MMS: 10digitmobilenumber@mms.gocbw.com

    Q: Does the Cincinnati Bell Blaze have a speaker phone?

    A: Yes, the Cincinnati Bell Blaze has a speaker phone that can be activated during a call.

    Q: How long will my battery last?

    A: Standby: Up to 17.5 days and Talk: Up to 6.7 hours.

    Q: How many contacts can I store on my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: The number of contacts is dependant on available memory.

    Q: How much memory does my Cincinnati Bell Blaze have?

    A: The Cincinnati Bell Blaze has 512MB RAM and 256MB ROM built in. The available memory can be expanded with removable MicroSD memory cards.

    Q: What type of applications come with my Cincinnati Bell Blaze?

    A: The Cincinnati Bell Blaze comes with a variety of useful applications including: WAP/Web Browser, Alarm Clock, Calendar, and Calculator.

    Q: What type of camera does my Cincinnati Bell Blaze have?

    A: The Cincinnati Bell Blaze uses a 5 Megapixel camera with autofocus, flash, and the ability to record video.

  13. Dan on June 19th, 2010 8:16 am


    Is anyone having issues with displaying the screen during a call? For example, once you put the phone to your ear and need to use the keypad, it is blacked out?

  14. Milton on August 28th, 2010 3:13 am


    As minor as it maybe I having trouble setting the tex noticfication all texes come silent how can I fix this

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