I have only one issue with this phone - the battery SUCKS! if you are a medium user and spend 1-1.5hrs on the phone per day - then steer clear. this phone will last a few hrs.
can anyone compare processor speed with the TI omap 200mhz that's featured in most other HTC's?
these phone doesn't have 3G. I was trick into buying this one coz this site says it got 3G. What a waste.
Battery life was great, but since a needed service have had to replace my battery with a brand new one and still not getting anywhere near the 220 hours standby as advertised - any suggestions around the settings. Have already tried to turn off 3G to save the battery but little or no improvement.
Absolutely stunning phone - far exceeded expectations and beats Nokia hands down. Still learning all the intricies of the phone.
I've got an i-mate JAM and thinking of changing to the MTeor, mainly because I'm tired of losing the stylus. Please tell me if it can do the same things
Just upgraded my Vodacom contract..had a choice between HTC MTeor and Nokia N73..selected the MTeor, the most comprehensive basic smart business phone, ie: cell+PDA combined..great phone, only regrets are the word, excel doc cannot be edited, can only be viewed..I would have liked a built-in radio like the N73 which is by all accounts a very good phone..your choice depends upon your preference.
Id like to know how long the talk time and stand by time is. Its not listed on the specs.
This is a great phone! I don't think I will need another for several years. I actually purchased the Cingular 3125 but I am not a flip phone kind of guy, so I gave it to my wife and picked up this MTeoR beauty. I was a little concerned about whether or not all the features would work on Cingular's USA network. After a little frustration speaking with reps from the Cingular store (which they had the wrong information), I searched the web and found that all the settings can be added to an unlocked MTeoR. It only took a little while to get it set up. I found information to help me on the following site: http://www.smartphonethoughts.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=7092. So if you want a compact, PDA style phone, this HTC smartphone is the one for you. Plus, you can download some cool software for the phone on www.handango.com. Enjoy!!
Please help me... I'm using a Nokia N70 at the moment and I am due for an upgrade. I am interested in the HTC Meteor? Is it a nice phone, should I go for it or go for the Nokia N73?? Thanks!
Nice phone but the battery life is disgusting! It lasts for approximately 5 hours and that is on a Sunday when I made about 3 calls. During the week, it is worse. I am handing the phone back as it is useless for business ( I have to charge it every few hours during the day.) I had the TYTN before this one and also handed it back due to the poor battery life.
Been using the phone here in new york, everywhere I go with it people are starring at it, the resolution on the phone is just incredible, and also the whole setup of the phone, great for a business man, the phone look is very elegance and unique because of the green background (that can be changed to red & alot more other colors)
the only issue that i had with the phone was the push-mail could not work in new york (they wont give me the right setup in cingular)
if anybody else knows how to do it this phone can be very nice.
sry by posting again but i just realized theres something wrong with the mteor model photo provide by gsmarena since this model has a secondary camera for video-call.
wow i have this phone and i need to say, its amazed me. this image in gsmarena doesnt make justice with her, its a beatiful phone for bussinessman, really elegant.
I would like to know if this handset can store up to 1500 names on it, please advise
to dirk_41, according to the website link below, this phone is capable of video calling.