hi , to that one that is confused to buy the n82 . I just sold my n95 8gb to buy the cruise!! before the n95 i had the touch and regret the change !!!!
i am little confused about this phone.
is there any problems in it???
if it is then please tell me....
What is the expanded memory capability? The HTC TILT claims 32 GiG MicroSD. I have not seen specs on the touch cruise.
I am trying to choose a phone to purchase and cant decide between the nokia N82 and the touch cruise. I know the N82 has more features, but i am captivated by the touchscreen and the windows mobile OS of the cruise. My primary concern is the screen colours and resolution, can anyone give me advice on how to choose?
This phone really sucks because it does not have interchangeable telephoto lenses, and it is impossible to make macro photos. There is no hot shoe for the external flash... there is no way to change the aperture and shutter settings...
Guys, are you insane, or what? Do you want to buy a photocamera or a PDA?!
The best smart phone would be probable one with alphanumeric display and just console mode of operating then it would have stable and performing video drivers for the most frustrated people.
so their is a problem with the htc touch cruise so does that mean we should not purchase this phone , but if we decide to does all the problems be covered by warrenty?
1)there is a camera which recocnizes your hand when u use it to write
2)the camera is good and proper
3)for the first 10 times there is no problem.
4)no it is fast
5)no it is not
Thank you for your last reply to my question,
but i have 5 more and if i get the answers for these five i will surely buy the phone.
1)What is "handwritng recognition"?
2)Is the camera good and proper?
3)Does anything happen to it if it falls down two or three times?
4)Is it slow in performing?
5)Is HTC Touch Cruise better than HTC Touch?
Please read if you consider purchasing an HTC phone. There's a huge problem with video drivers.
What is this all about?
The latest SmartPhone and PocketPC devices from HTC (High Tech Computing) are supposed to be the most powerful devices on the market. And in theory, they are indeed real powerhouses of mobile technology. There's a catch though: HTC has neglected to include the necessary drivers needed for the devices to come to their full potential.
What does this mean?
This means our really expensive HTC phones (the TyTN II is about $700) are grossly underperforming. In fact, in many things, these devices operate even slower than HTC's (and competitors') two years older models - see the videos under navigation for demonstrations, especially the TomTom video (TyTN II vs Magician) is a terrific example. "
in my opinion the only disadvantage
of this ppc is the screen resolution
the one in the youtube website shows it is black on the front edgeing , but the one on this site shows it is grey on the edging? , i called the expansys people and they said it is gun powder colour the entire phone so it must be two different colours , what do you think ?