Im not even gonna say anything about the last post (Zobi)...... but you should be shot for being on the razr bandwagon. Such a crap phone from like the year 2000-2001 shouldnt even be mentioned anymore..
Also despite this phone having a TI 200hz, this one time I MAY overlook such a processor due to its design. I'm in love :)
forget this one and wait for HTC S730 that as rumored has onboard GPS receiver and 400Mhz processor)))).
I've not an opinion, just questions. Nobody knows when this handy cellphone is for sale?
Some viewers are writing about 3G, what does that mean? I come from the Netherlands and there's no information of this phone.
TI OMAP850 200MHz on a par with Samsung SC32442A 400 MHz??? Yeah, right! Maybe while scrolling through the menu, but screen rotation takes ages! Not to mention video playback... If you haven't used both of them, please, "Google out" some reviews and watch some videos before you post.
It's much more important to make a good optimisation of the whole system, than to put in a slow processor and think the job's done. Look what ASUS did with its P525! They've put a superb Intel PXA270 416 MHz with adjustable speed (416, 312, 208 and even 104 MHz on AUTO setting) and still got an amazing battery life! I don't see a point in putting a sluggish OMAP in such a device, since its design is modern and IMHO pretty much youth-oriented (a bit Nokia-like, but still fantastic ;)
On the other hand, this processor is sufficient for most tasks (business aplications)...
My needs exceed its possibilities, but if you don't need touch-screen, don't want to watch unconverted video and are not a big "multitasker", this just might be a (smart)phone for you.
And finally, IMHO right-side slider is the stupidest thing in the world! Are HTC designers all left-handed or what? They also put numerics on the left side of the QWERTY! The last time I checked, most of the people were right-handed. But, as I said earlier, it's just my opinion...
Keep in mind, the TI OMAP 200mhz cpu performs on par with a Samsung 400mhz one, and gives a better battery life as one core deals with pda processes, and the other with phone ones. This WILL be my next phone :)
off ocurse they can put s better processor, but that's not the HTC neither the MOBILE business... the phone is so greate that you will have to buy this one, and the next one with a greater processor... that's the business...
is this really runs on 200mhz? that will be the disaapointing factor for me.
Now using TyTN for 1 month it has 400 Mhz, but this new arrive with MW6 and 200 Mhz. What ta f**k they do that? This PDA it must be stable and fast!
Hey ppl, I find this phone really nice. You see, not all of us want 3G. Personally, am not interested in video calls. If you're thinking about data transmission, you have bluetooth, USB, and d most important WIFI!!! What more can we ask. Good job HTC!