this is another wonder frm mistsibushi telecom. this fone has evrything in it. try it for ur self.
i agree with Ash,
take for example the mitsubishi 750, a phone that i nearly bought.. till my mom said no.. (thank goodness actually) nearly paid 500+ for the phone (without line) then for a 2 year plan on its release it was something like $258. now, as of today (in singapore) its going for $178 with a 2 year contract. it took only 4months to see this drop.
but i think the 900 is worth $800. cause when singtel does a comparison chart between the other companies, this baby is gonna knock out the rest of the competition like samsung and sony erricson... nokia? hmph! probably win mitsubishi in the area for toopid designs. muahahahahahahahaha!!!!!
PS any nokia fan reading this... u better face facts.... mitsubishi is better than your phones!!! oh... why are u here in the first place? having doubts about nokia already? convert bahz... ^_^
relax.. this is jus the starting... i dont't think it will be that exp. when include with a plan.... anyway the price won't realy last so long it wil keep on dropping
Well, if you select Options while previewing the SMS (while the first 2 lines of the message are being displayed in the Inbox list of messages) you can delete it and keep on working your way down the list. The M900 hasn't been released outside of China/Taiwan yet, so nobody really knows what the system is like. However, the Mitsubishi OS has been updated since the M320 (the M350 and M750 use a newer, slightly more graphical interface) so there's no reason to believe the M900 hasn't been updated again. I find the Mitsubishi system pretty easy to use, actually. Just needs a little experimentation. Can't wait for the M900/M800 :-D
I'm presently using the M320. Its not very user friendly esp the SMS and the retrieval of names from the directory. Eg. each time I delete an old SMS from the list, it will revert back to the 1st msg on the list, and I've to scroll downwards again to get to the msg before the one that has been deleted. Very cumbersome and irritating! Does the M900 have this problem?
Does anyone know when it comes out in the Netherlands? If it don't. I'll ask a friend to buy it in the USA.
If I'm not wrong the phone may cost ard 1000 ++ maybe more expensive then SE S700. And dun forget it has a low resale value and it's 125g... quite heavy for a non-Symbium/non-PDA phone
this is especially for singapore fans of the m900!!! i have just contacted mitsubishi singapore branch and the m900 is set for release in singapore by end november.. to be precise 2 weeks from now.
as to when it will be sold by singtel (highly possible since they have the rights to mitsu phones) i'm not too sure. but looks like we're in for a great christmas ahead!!! news as to when the m800, 760 and 520 will be released in singapore is not known at present.
we already have this phone avaliable in hong kong. just read an article that compare the camera & photo of this phone with the se s700 & the sharp gx32. the result : no comparison, the m900 win hands down.
ney... but we must also appreciate the fact that mitsubishi was the first phone to introduce 256k colours even before samsung with the 720.
also must give credit to mitsu for the high end pixel thingy... 240 by 320 is certainly handsome... but i MUST MUST MUST mention that i think many of us have overlooked the pixel resolution for the external screen!! 120 by 160!!!! thats even bigger than most other phones main screen itself!!!!! OMG!!!! good job mitsubishi!!!
to cool cal... pls mention who u are refering to... thanks
we're talking about the 320 X 240 pixel resolution, not the number of screen colours, twit. and 1.3MP is still no joke, software enhanced or no.
talking crap... anyway.. the phone is only 1 MP its just that mit. use some software to increase it up to 2MP. 262k resolution can be manufacture in any size..
Totally Roxzz... This phone is one the best yet to come out.. The best camera for sure... It's 2 megapixel man... And how do they fit such a big resolution screen in a phone..... It totally rox...
ehz... to Unknown,
TFT is basically the best screen quality you can possibly achieve. might be ask good as a laptop screen. but the problem with this screen is that is consumes a lot lot lot lot of power. hence short batt life. but the TFD screen is able to provide the same quality but consumes less power. (newer technology)