There are handsets out there to suit evry market, small compact phone that has good call quality...take ya pic, theres a wholerange of nokias, sliding sony ericssons. Bigger phones are suited to people who want the all singing, all dancing handsets like myself, i like the newphones and software. If ur saying theres no phone out there to suit ya, then maybe ya being too critical and picky!
Ian , 16 Feb 2010I agree with you, they're getting way too big. XPERIA X10 Mini is what the casual consumer wan... morei agree too
phones are getting biggher and bigger.
i dont care about facebook and the net on a phone. i just want a small compact phone, that has a good battery life, good call quality, that is not full of software bugs.
mickey, 16 Feb 2010Is it me or are phones just getting massive these days? It's making my JasJam actually look sm... moreI agree with you, they're getting way too big. XPERIA X10 Mini is what the casual consumer wants plus it has a keyboard, then the techy crowd want top of the range gut busting specs like the SE XPERIA X10 and HTC Supersonic.
I want the HTC Desire but with a Xenon flash, Why WHY dont HTC put a Xenon flash on one of there Android Phones, PLEASE, Please.
Is it me or are phones just getting massive these days? It's making my JasJam actually look small. X10 mini pro looks the go, I need something with everything, nice and small and with a keyboard...easy?
WOW! HTC really Making a big mark at MWC in spain im still waiting for an android news in MWC specially an HTC android superphone.
B1 go to news 72 and look for this news its a good phone
LG-G7200 and LG-T5100 at CeBIT
Tammy, 16 Feb 2010Anon, please pot your initial imprssions on the desire aka Bravo. I'm seriously interested in... moreTammy, Anon is not a name but short for anonymous, meaning unkown or the user hasn't left his name.
As far as testing it out goes, this hasn't come out or isn't oficially available yet, however this is supposed to be similar to the Nexus One usability. Most HTC's be it Android or WinMo have been pretty decent, so one packing a GHZ processor running Android will pretty much be a wild card dark horse. Simple terms: It's going to be pretty sweet.
I can't wait to see what htc are gonna release for Windows Phone Seven, MS just totally raised the roof with that one, and mix that with HTC's hardware and we'll pretty much have a killer device on the go. But the Bravo will be pretty good, it's rumoured to have HD video at 720 fps
anon, 16 Feb 2010oh! will have to pop by the stand tomorrow and try out the HTC Desire (preffered it as Bravo though)Anon, please pot your initial imprssions on the desire aka Bravo. I'm seriously interested in this phone and would love to hear from anyone who has played around with it.
Does anyone know if this thing is just another me-too product or if it will have desirable features such as USB Host, Bluetooth HID profile, etc.?
not4sakn, 15 Feb 2010Does anyone know for sure which US carrier, if any, will be getting the HTC Desire? I know it ... moreI know at&t is suppose to be coming out with a new HTC the first part of this year maybe its them
not4sakn, 15 Feb 2010Does anyone know for sure which US carrier, if any, will be getting the HTC Desire? I know it ... moreUnlikely as it would cannibalize the N1, being so similar in specs.
I am guessing one of the other carriers in the US.
Does anyone know for sure which US carrier, if any, will be getting the HTC Desire? I know it was rumored that its going to Verizon which I hope isnt true. I'd love to see it T-Mobile bound!
Probably the first post to be meaningful.
I think HD mini is good but what will be different from Diamond2. And will it not put D2 out of business. With its hardware (or should I say dedicated touch sensitive) buttons it looks to resemble HD2. Maybe the screen is capacitive. With support for Windows Phone 7. Diamond2 has resistive screen. So probably that makes sense. But now where will Diamond's successor fit in? Probably they'll come out with a Diamond mini too. Or shelve the Diamond Brand altogether. So much confusion with the subbrands. Makes one wonder whether Nokia still numbering their models is better. But they too have N, E, X and now C series. Seems like everybody want to now release phones to compete with their own phones. How does that makes sense? Was your first release not good enough? Or they just want to bring in a fresh phone every now and then?
The Legend is damn good looking! As for the Desire - looks a lot like N1. ...i want them all :(
oh! will have to pop by the stand tomorrow and try out the HTC Desire (preffered it as Bravo though)