Another previews and more pics of it:
is it just me or is it dat the pic of review device has different finish on front than that posted on dis website..?
Review already available at http://www.mobile88.com/mobilegallery/phonereview.asp?review=asus_p750&prodid=20795&cat=41&path=40,41&pg=review
Good that it come with GPS
What you need 128MB RAM for? Have you ever faced any problem with 64MB RAM? Was their any malfunction? What you run like 1800 appliactions at one time????!!
Realy great and allround phone. Finaly a dream come true for all bussines oriented people.
Can't wait to buy one.
Hello everyone.Is this phone is compatible with Garmin Mobile XT navigation software for its internal GPS receiver? Thanks for any advise.
I wish GSM arena will make a review of ASUS phones specially this phone...
Windows mobile does have handwriting recognition. If it is your first touch-screen phone then it will be fine. But if you have used a symbian touch screen phone before, you'll find that WM requires you to slow down so it can detect your writing while symbian allows you to write as fast as you want.
But even with that said, handwriting is probably the only thing that symbian phones have that are betten than WM touch screen phones.
I don't know about you guys, but I'm tired of seeing the girl's face when I search for photos of this phone.
Here is a forum in Taiwan that has more pics on the phone with a few close-ups.
It doesn't seem as cool as the 525 but the functions are better I guess...
it does look like the n70. so what?
the n70 has a very nice form factor: succinct and very handy... and probably this phone will behave the same way too... it copied the n70's form factor and even improved the fascia with a very nice finish.
the looks department is highly subjective but the specs sheet is very impressive. wifi, gps (how often do we use this anyway?), good battery life, generous display, HSDPA and satisfactory processor and computing power are some of the features we generally want from a PDA.
if this phone falls into an agreeable price range, then it will surely be a winner.
i just hope that ASUS improves their marketing strategy, which I think is one of the flaws of the company leading to poor visibility and product recognition.
as with other pocket pc phones, it has 2 obvious advantages over the N95: the convenience of touchscreen navigation esp when scrolling and panning of images and documents, and tons of MS-based applications that you have been accustomed to use...
the battleground is plain and simple when deciding to own a sophisticated phone/device: pocket PC vs Symbian s60. the potential of these devices are maximized depending on the owner's ability to add apps that take full advantage of the device.