0v0, 22 Nov 2010Larger Battery capacity means, larger space & thus will effect the design of the phone...Not quite tru, just to let you know, Mugen is working on a battery with larger capacity but without size upgrade :) you can check their site
Anonymous, 22 Nov 2010i really want to ask htc ' is it so difficult to make a larger battery or u just lazy to make it'?Larger Battery capacity means, larger space & thus will effect the design of the phone...
Can anyone tell why HTC is not using battery like more power 1500mah ,while making such super phone ,is any specific reason ,please respond anyone ,thanks in advance .
i really want to ask htc ' is it so difficult to make a larger battery or u just lazy to make it'?
The previous model had only a very limited amount of space within the Notes field in the contacts/address book...something like a 50 character limit. Playing around with this new model at a shop, I see that there is more space but no-one seems to know what the character limit is. This is important for me as I keep long notes about my clients and customers in the Notes field (currently I have the HTC S730). Does anyone know what the limits are?
Can somebody please give an unbiased comment about the audio quality through headphones compared to other high end devices in the market??????? (N8,Iphone 4) Thnx in advance..
Hi Guys, been watching the ongoing slagging match going on between Iphone4, HTC DesireHD, Samsung Galaxy and Nokia N8 for a while now, hoping for some clarity as to which one to go for now my current contract on a Nokia 5800 has finished.
I'm not a troll (unlike many on here by the looks of things!) but could someone please clear one thing up for me -
I know about the antenna issue on the Iphone - wouldn't be a problem for me as it would be in a case of some sort anyway, but am concerned still about its performance as a PHONE in areas where the signal might be a bit weaker. Some phones just seem to cope better with weak signals than others (my 5800 is good with them, which is why I'm looking for something with similar performance)
I spend a lot of time away from home, and the wife would kill me if she couldn't get hold of me because my new phone wasn't as good as my old one!
Any constructive guidance (how your phone compares signal wise to previous models, especially if you've had a 5800 before so can compare directly) would be gratefully received.
I don't care which brand of phone I go for, have never been loyal to a manufacturer, simply to whatever is best at the time. The only caveat is that it would be on Vodafone, as they are by far the best service provider in the areas I work.
Will probably be posting this query on the forums of the other phones involved in this decision, although there appears to be a lot of owners who check out all the top model forums anyway!
Thanks in advance.
Simon, 21 Nov 2010In call sound is good music and calls through the speaker is awful cant believe a phone of thi... moreyeaa, very strange from HTC.... really un-believable.
Cos of this major error, i changed my mind to buy it..
King Bradley, 22 Nov 2010I definitely agree with you mate :)and it depends on what do you actually want from a phone.Put it this way if it's a perfect mobile phone .. only the rich people will be able to afford to buy it. Why? Because it's going to be very expensive. Imagine if all the applications are in the mobile phone and works perfectly ... do you think the mobile shops will just sale it for peanuts?
Another thing to remember the suppliers or the manufacturers won't be able to make high profits if they create a perfect mobile phones. Nobody will buy them as it will be very expensive in the retail mobile phone outlets. It's all business.
Come to think of it ... it's very hard to cope up with the mobile phones nowadays ... the technologies have been changing every 6 months in the market.
So let's all be thankful and appreciate that we were able to buy such a gadget ... after all as long you'll be able to call from a-z as well as do sms.
DB, 22 Nov 2010For me mobile phones are for ringing and sending text to people and if I want to listen to mus... moreI definitely agree with you mate :)and it depends on what do you actually want from a phone.
Simon, 21 Nov 2010In call sound is good music and calls through the speaker is awful cant believe a phone of thi... moreFor me mobile phones are for ringing and sending text to people and if I want to listen to music I will use a proper mp3 device such as ipod. No offense but this is a great mobile phone just a matter of getting hang of it and getting use to it. After all, there's no such as a perfect mobile phone. There's always a pros and cons.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2010Er,mark the box with Vibrate (vibration feedback for calls and noyifications). Thanks I had it working now.
The Phone Man, 21 Nov 2010Awful phone. turning off when you touch the back of the phone, had the phone swaped and that o... moreIt wasn't doing to my phone switching off if you touch the back of the phone ... hmmm it's one of its kind. You need to go back to where you bought it and replace it. It's a good phone really the only thing worries me are the battery life and the audio. That's about it other than that it's a fantastic phone.
0v0, 21 Nov 2010How is the sound quality when receiving a call or listening to a music?In call sound is good music and calls through the speaker is awful cant believe a phone of this price is so poor in the dound dept vidoes are so low you have to hold the speaker to your ear I sold galaxy s to get this huge error
The Phone Man, 21 Nov 2010Awful phone. turning off when you touch the back of the phone, had the phone swaped and that o... moreThat's unusual dude, I never heard that kind of problem before. Maybe you should ask HTC's service center or the one who you bought the phone with.
Awful phone. turning off when you touch the back of the phone, had the phone swaped and that one done the same thing. how can all the audio go on the 1st day as well?!? HTC should sort it out or give up