Does this phone display animated images on the main screen or wallpaper?
it's either in the wrong format for the phone to open, or you must increase your memory.
how is the radio on this phone? i just baught it online and should come in 2 days but i need to know if the radio and sounds quality is good. i payed 387.60 on plemix.com and it comes with a 1GB memcard, i thought it was a pretty good deal.
I am not sure about the E6, but you can refer to this link
The MING is a carbon copy of the E6.
does anyone know if the english version of the manual is avaibla on the internet??
i just had my E6
i did upload some video rom daily motion to it but it can't read it, there is a message came up saying "media parametre exeeds allowed limit"
what is this and how i can resolv it
thank you for your help
I have just downloaded and installed both applications: Live MSN and IMHereLite. Both are working beautifully. You see, if the software is made for a touchscreen phone, it will have an on-screen gacility for navigation. Otherwise, the buttons will do, except for a few odd cases where the buttons cannot perform all the software tasks. I hope this answers your query.
Can you tell me if these applications work with it:
And also, surely alot of Java games and applications require you to use softkeys. Would there be pressable soft-keys on the bottom of the screen or something?
I have no idea about GPS though it is the fad over here. There are many games at Gameloft built around a stylus. None that I could find for free, but they are relatively cheap anyway. Keypad applications run 80% well on this machine, so long as there are no choices that are supposed to be selected using soft keys. The circular navigation pad with the middle push button can operate everything else. One fine game that is keypad driven but works perfectly here is SameGame2. I do not know about non-game applications though. My guess is that you can find them if you really look hard on the net. If you do not find them under E6, try Motorola A1200 or MING. The E6 is the same machine packaged differently to appeal for other tastes. Hope this helps.
Does this phone support pointer events for Java (as in, can you use the stylus for your java applications/games)? and the same question about the web browser.
I own a Samsung E898/890. I find it really inconvenient that the touchscreen can't be used for Java or Web browsing. Without a keypad, Java and Web browsing are very much impaired.
Lastly, how does the E6 support Java apps that require a keypad? like this one: clickclickrevolution.com
thank you for the great review
since support here in europe is lacking for this model do you know if any gps solution is availeble?
I am a person who, by nature, loves gadgets. On average, I change mobile phones every 3 to 4 months. Having been using the Nokia N73 lately, and itching to change it, my task was tough trying to find a suitable successor. Too many nifty phones are on the way, but none are available yet. I have read every comment and every review about the E6 that I could find on the net. I examined it at selling outlets numeroous times. I finally got the phone 3 days ago. And I can safely say I am thrilled by it. And I am not a young man, so it takes a lot to impress me. First of all, the weight, size and looks are impressive. It fills up the hand very nicely and firmly. The operating system is efficient and fast. Navigating the menus is a piece of cake. There is no chance for error. The screen resolution and battery life are to be commended. Sound quality and even picture quality are very good. Not the best but really impressive nontheless. The speakerphone works well. The earpiece is loud and clear also, though someone somewhere said it is not! MMS, GPRS and WAP are a thrill to use. The 8 MB phone memory could have been more, but you do not really feel impaired by it. The camera has improved over older Motorola phones. A flash would have been nice, but I cannot let that affect my judgement. Java games are abundantly available on the net and are easily installed and uninstalled. They work well on a touch screen. Bluetooth is fast and efficient and cable connection to the PC is straight-forward and fast. Applications are also functioning well, mainly the BCR and the Photo Editor. Synchronising with Outlook is a pice of cake. But the most important thing is that the big screen and clear text allows you to use your finger to navigate the menu. Except for texting, where the buttons are too small to control with a fat finger, the phone can easily impress as a predecessor to the LG Prada and the iPhone, both of which are being hyped up as revolutionary finger-based devices. Lastly, the dealer support in Dubai is fast and efficient. I strongly recommend all of you to give this phone a try. Trust me, this is coming from a mobile freak. The phone has enough to keep you busy. Do not capitalize on what it does not have. For the price you pay, it has more than your money's worth of fun and fulfillment.
I know that the spec's say that there is a 2gb limit. but i was wondering if it would support 4gb sd cards. if anyone has tried please let me know. i will end up buying it if it does support more than 2gb.
Just got the phone today and played with it for a bit it is a very stable phone afaik now i just killed the battery and need to charge it for the first time although the phone is plastic it does have a metal back plate like the V3's do i chose this phone over the W950i not only because it has a camera but because the phone is rich of functions and doesnt look too shabby either =]
the phone is well built. very good looking. sms is not as easy as a normal phone. not very speedy though.
For those who own the phone, does anyone know if it is possible to set a check email interval?
It does have a stereo speaker on the back, just one though.
is this phone have stereo speaker (means in two side or just like e2...thanx for who is answered me..