I'm starting to worry about when I buy it, the fact that it would start to hang or freeze when I open 3 or 4 aplications at the same time, can any one tell me about the media 'cause I really like to ear music and wacht my favorites videos and I would't like to buy one thing that does't work like I want.
Got the 20 channel GPS working on MioMap and TOMTOM software.
So far, satisfied with the pre-production of P4550
There is one problem though, CPU isn't very good at handling multiple opened programs at a very fast speed.
Other than the CPU, everything else I am satisfied.
A great improvement in this model relative to all features but i prefer it to be less 40g in weight and it'll be great if the display resolution is more than 65k.
to xOrange firex.first cmos sensor is2.8mpx.second i believe only in my eyes.when come in shops must be tested about all funcktions.i already tested htc "athena"-god pikture inday light/680kb/,at low lighte -not so good,video is normal but worst from nokia n93,battery live is good-abaut 2hrs when use wifi .for me for internet battery live is another davice,but is another kategory-asus x2-h,whit 3300mah battery and windows xp tablet edition.have 7.5" display,gps ,bluetooth,camera-work 4auhrs in wifi mode
There are a few comparisons that need to be addressed when comparing the p4550 (Now officially called the HTC TyTn II) and the Toshiba G900.
First of all a fairly important difference between the two is the screen resolution. The G900 and the P4550 both display 65k colors (Which is both sad and disappointing for such high end mobiles), however the G900 has 800x640 vga resolution versus the P4550 240x320. Also the screen on the G900 is slightly bigger. This all means that the screen will look more vibrant and bright on the G900, but in turn will burn through a battery substantially faster than the P4550. If battery life is your concern go for the P4550 and if over all presentation is important take the G900 (though in my opinion the screens will not be that much different from each other other than brightness).
A main difference is the bands they run on are different which would be a main deal breaker for any USA user. Since you are considering the G900 I would assume that you are of the Tri-Band group so this comparison is of no consequence to you.
Another clear difference is the camera quality. Again this a talking point that is based purely on preference. If you don't care about a camera then this is not a consequential topic. However, it is worth mentioning the 1 mega pixel difference in the cameras (the P4550 has 3.2mp camera versus the 2mp of the G900)
Also, I saw that you were concerned with the lack of the 3.5mm jack. This can be easily rectified with a AD2P bluetooth headset (which both handsets support)
Take all of this information how you will and use it to make the decision that is right for you.
Which is better?? Toshiba G900 or Kaiser??
I get enough from considering the e90 with kaiser but the G900 is worth considered too
Btw!! where's the 3.5 mm Jack audio port!? at least gives the 2.5 mm one!!
HTC, please do something about this one
I too am interested in how the GPS will work. can someone who has a pre-production until please let us know what you get with the phone in the way of GPS, software, etc and how it works?
Excellent. But had it been with 256K display with Video/Aoudio output it would have been superb.
Although I feel as though I have spent far too much time learning (and obsessing) about this phone, I still am curious how the GPS will work. Does this mean that this phone will have a GPS program that I will open and then be able to track myself just like a normal GPS without paying any sort of monthly fee or buying maps?
The way I understand it is that the phone does indeed use the SiRF III Chipset.
Whata kind of Built-in GPS navigation does it use? is it SiRF Star III chipset? tks?
cmon HTC grow up!
when r we goin to see phones with specs like:
3 inches touchscreen
with qwerty keyboard
dedicated graphics card
fm+ wlan+ gps
Full net browsing!
I'm impressed with this one. BTW, Does anybody experience using PDA Phone + GPS with a 400 MHz processor? Is it OK? I mean there are quite a lot PDA phone using 624 MHz processor nowadays, so could this super gadget do the multi tasking operation with GPS running or things like that, without hang or getting slower? Cause it's OK for me with the LCD and radio, but I'm wondering about this processor thing.
My guess is that you have a pre-production model due to the fact that the p4550 (now defined as the TyTn II) hasn't been officially launched yet. That would most likely be the only reason for software glitches.
I am currently testing this handset! Its a awesome phone but there are some major Software issues on this handset.
On 3 occasions I have had this phone freeze on startup. Phone then had to be sent for rom upgrades.
I have had a new new rom upgrade done and hopefully all bugs have been soughted out.
i'm a staff from htc and i just get to try the kaiser myself and my personally comment is - forget about getting other pda phone but wait for the lauch of this great model. you will love this guy frankly speaking.
Does anyone know when PDA phones sporting the ARM Cortex-A8 processor cores will be coming out? - As per my previous post this with the Hitachi screen and HD quality playback......Geek pants wetting time....
Would like to see HTC partner Hitachi so that they push out some phones with their transflective IPS LCD screen...800x480 on a 2.9inch screen - Now that would be awesome!
Then they are soft vultures xOrange.In my Place i will hide in a box, put the box in a vault,hide the vault in a Bank and that bank has to be in an army barrack.See!