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World latest cell phone as for Shape, size,operating syetem WP7, dimension, look but as features too lowest to compare with others.

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  • 2010-10-20 14:09
  • Sdr7
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I'm Kry thong. Now I use the HTC Google mobile Phone Nexus one.I have suggested to HTC to add some option for HTC phone as following:
-secondary:VGA Video call Camera
-GPS:with A-GPS support, Bring Maps, Navigation
-Stereo FM radio with RDS
-HTC peep,HTC Footprints
-You tube,Google Talk, Picasa Integration
-Dedicated search key
-Digital Compass
-Google search ,Maps,Gmail
-Camera 8 megal pixel

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  • 2010-10-20 11:10
  • Mfxf
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I do not understand why people say a secondary camera is needed. I owned an SGH-i780 for 2 years, and although I make about 2 1/2 hours of business calls a day, i have never needed video call - keeping this in mind, I chose the i780 over various others because it had the camera.

To be honest, i think that video calling would have gone extinct had apple not 're-invented it'.

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  • 2010-10-20 10:45
  • vuq{
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xbox live on wp7 sells me,, iphone is crap, android is probably the best os out there, but this will be a worthy competitor,, and if microsoft will keep pouting money into this new concept, wp7 will surpass all os..... battery life is fine, I'm tired if people wining about a smartphone only lasting a day... Quit hating peopleand spouting out soecs you are unaware of, wp7 well be awesome. Period!

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  • 2010-10-20 05:47
  • RbXp
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Can someone tell me the point of replacing an HD2 with this phone? It took the company 1 year to develop the phone which looks the same and has roughly the same hardware.

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  • 2010-10-20 02:41
  • 3JaV
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> In reply to Kwame @ 2010-10-18 18:11 from 3xc} - click to readWindows 7 doesn't support video calls at this stage, so why put a feature in when the user won’t be able to even use it? :)

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  • 2010-10-19 23:29
  • RNM8
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y no card slot....and y only 8GB.. I am sure they can do much better than that....so disappointing

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  • 2010-10-19 19:41
  • kiQW
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looking at the specifications of this phone, it seems like a joke. there is no difference between hd2 and this one. i think windows mobile 6.5 is better. I was waiting for this phone but i will get the samsung galaxy s. htc desire hd is very nice but no front camera, so no

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  • 2010-10-19 10:36
  • Jxbu
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even i dont know why HTC doesnt' provide secondary
video calling camera in its most of smartphones???

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  • 2010-10-19 07:12
  • 2S}}
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can you atleast change the battery? i want to have spare battery so i can use this phone more. but does anyone now if it is possible to change its battery or its like iphone?

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  • 2010-10-19 06:29
  • wYB{
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Super AMOLED >>>>>>>>>>>>­> S-LCD

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  • 2010-10-18 21:10
  • mS2}
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i prefer omnia 7, 4.3 is nice but im fine with 4.0 and the biggest problem with this phone is the battery just like desire HD. I don't know why HTC keep doing this with their recent phones, I would still buy the desire over this or desire HD any day!

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  • 2010-10-18 21:09
  • mS2}
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HTC, why do you make phones without secondary cameras for video calling? This generation simply can't do without video calling. For me, secondary camera will make your phones' specifications complete. Take this on board. I have always stuck with NOKIA phones because of they versatile specifications & connectivities but will seriously consider an HTC with a front-facing camera. I hope many people share this secondary-camera issue with me. Thank you.

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  • 2010-10-18 18:11
  • 3xc}
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is any one gonna buy this phone?

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  • 2010-10-18 13:11
  • P%Jm
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No Bluetooth exchange, no Copy Paste, I definitely won't replace my HD2 with this phone or any other with WP7... HD2 is still on top.

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  • 2010-10-18 11:48
  • Sr{G
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The whole think looks good, but I really hate the battery life. 1230mAh with 4.3"? How long it will last for playing game? A few hours?

I want to see 1500mAh/ next version should be 4" with 1500mAh.

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  • 2010-10-18 05:24
  • t@eX
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What does this phone has better then hd2?
No sd card slot wtf,
His 8gb is like sd card implemented into the phone itself.
With hd2 i can have up to 32gb, oh and i am sure the hd2 can be ported to WP7 soon.

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  • 2010-10-18 00:45
  • snR@
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i read that win phone 7 does not hav bluetooth & video calling.
it's so sad ...

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  • 2010-10-17 16:05
  • vGtc
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i read that win phone 7 does not hav bluetooth & video calling.
it's so sad ...

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  • 2010-10-17 16:05
  • vGtc
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> In reply to Andyandsandy @ 2010-10-15 13:31 from M3s@ - click to readWhen iPhone was launched there was no such phone as iPhone!
There was no Android!
There was no such concept of app store!
There was no phone with a PC grade browser!
Basically, there was no competition.
It was a walk over for iphone to the glory.


But today, we have an evolved iOS4, extremely powerful and successful andriod.

To beat the competitions Windows Phone needs to be the best in every department, which it currently is not.

In reality, MS is not trying to be the market leader, it just wants to get back in the game. And gradually, wants to build up the market share. And to do that it have everything it takes in windows phone 7. But don't expect it to be an iphone or andriod killer yet.






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  • 2010-10-17 14:30
  • vGDp
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