Can this phone do wht iPhone does in google maps search & call local Pizza hut(for exp)
If you buy this phone unlocked then you have two choices in service providers for USA owners.
1. T-mobile- has no 3G at the moment. Lagging in tech. May lose alot of customers who are tech savy and want the high speed communication services.
2. At&t $299 with contract this October!!>>> Best Value!!!!!!!!! And you can take advantage of their 3G in some major cities. Note: This phone will be sold as the Tilt for att.
I wish this phone had VGA. I dont know if I should go with this phone or the E-ten X800 which has everything this phone has minus the keypad but has VGA. I heard the E-ten M900 will fill in this gap and have both VGA and Keyboard!! But How long will this take to get to market? HTC also has more experience in PPC manufacturing so reliability is possibly Higher for the Tytn 2.
Dont forget to pick up your new micro sd 8gb card in the first quarter of next year! YA!
Convergence is almost here! All we need now is the Texas Instruments' cellphone projector (Google it)!!!!
Before someone picks me up wrong I mean small smartphone as in size of handset not market.
Nokia own the small smartphone sector but in this field Nokia symbians aren't as good a combination as HTC and WM6
A big display that has no to touchscreen and dosen't physically rotate!The form factor of the e90 does absolutely nothing for me.If you think in terms of PIM functions,the blackberries,WM6,and even UIQ have got S60 beat.Why would any power user really want to buy an E90??The TyTN II does it all-no gimmicks.
You CANT just say large screen
its a 800 x 352 pixels, 4 inches
compared to 240 x 320 pixels, 2.8 inches
Its a HELL of a diff when you sur the net, open excel files, watch movies, etc my friend
I've been on a mission to find out how good the TyTN II CPU is and I'm glad to report The TyTN II works like a charm with Skype and Slingbox.Two applications that are very processor intensive and it ran like a charm.The processor is very capable.Pity the battery isn't!
Doubtful.I've used an n95 and it wasn't very fast at all!Qualcomm have a better reputation than Texas Instruments but I guess the proof will be in the pudding.Quite frankly I would never waste my hard earned cash on a s60 with a large screen so over to you....
PJOX, you are wrong!! Dual processor as applied to the E90 means that there are two processors, each of which is running at 332MHz. The Nokia RAP processor that handles the voice stack is a separate issue. If you peruse the link you gave you will find Nokia E50 and N73. They both have the same TI OMAP 1710 processor and both have the additional RAP but the N73 has a dual processor whereas the E50 has a single one. Correlate what I have said with forum Nokia! To conclude I must state that E90's dual processor would be more than a match for the TyTN's Qualcomm!!
Can anybody tell me.. will this phone work on CDMA network.. I'm from India and currently I'm on Reliance Network i.e CDMA..
ThanX in Adv.
I've had several Nokia's and I can assure you they are not what some would have you believe.The Nokia marketing machine is like no other and users overstate the product.This guy here is trying to say a journalist would be better using an e90 than a htc kaiser!!..bizarre...so a journalist wouldn't like touchscreen?easy access to pc hard drives(try this with s60 and you will find drag and drop is about as far as will get) their's heaps more but hey I've just remembered why I don't use sites like this anymore.
Isn't the E90's 332MHz CPU single and the second CPU is not the same 332MHz but is the Nokia RAP processor that handles the voice stack.This is why when an application freezes or locks up,you can always go to the standby screen and place a call no matter what happens to the main processor...Typical nokia style!
yes.I wish that you would stop harping on about the E90.The TyTN II does more because it has a powerfulr os.UNDERSTAND??Buddy just get the e90-It's made for folks like you.
i just need some information about this phone ......im just wandering if this phone will receive fax calls and if not can we upgrade the software to receive such calls and does the naviguator support voice guidance ??
mJZx u said, "It is true that HTC does more"
PLEASE make it simple for me wht can HTC do that the E90 cant
Besides Touch sreen I dont mind that
Side dial scroller
Or Operating System
After u do compare a Video on YOU would be a Blessing
GOD BLESS ALL WHO HELP
Hold on Sw8x! The information you have given is incorrect and biased! Nokia E90 has a DUAL processor running at 332MHz. One microprocessor runs the Symbian system, the other telephony. The Qualcomm is only a SINGLE processor and WM6 OS is more processor hungry, so it will not perform as well as Nokia's. Furthermore the E90 has a 3D HW Graphics Accelerator that is the best in mobile phones at present. It also has a superior keyboard to the HTC- important if you write short notes and messages often eg journalism. It is obvious that the preferred device depends on your profession. It is true that HTC does more but if you do not use the extra features you may as well buy the device that satisfies your needs. My friend has an E90 . I will try the HTC. We will compare and contrast.
Their's a little more than that.The TyTN II has excellent control peripherals(touchscreen,slide out keyboard,directional pad,jog/scroll wheel)E90 is rather disappointing in this area.TyTN II has a better cpu-qualcomm 400mhz ARM 11 with video accelerator whereas the e90 is powered by a texas instruments 330mhz ARM 10.Yes the TyTN II needs the better cpu as it's running a more complete os.The nmea 0183 20 channels GPS chipset on the TyTN II is of a higher standard.The e90 weighs more,costs more and does less but I'm sure if you pop over to the e90 opinions section they will tell you it's the best device in the world!
They both possess an impressive array of features.The major difference is the Operating System!Oh and remember the e90 dosen't have the option of using a touchsreen.