oh well maybe you would like to take a look at xda-developers.com and see the GPS comparisons.Please don't tell me you know more than the guys there.geez!The TYTN II is a lot more than a buisness tool.
Oh yes... About the GPS chipset- it is inferior to SiRF Star III so quit saying it's the best. It quite simply is not! If I want to use GPS on N95 I simply bluetooth a SiRF Star III receiver and I have a superior combination. TyTN II could not even manage fast free and friendly FM radio-quite ridiculous! I will be using TyTN II purely as a business device- it is clearly not an allrounder and if anybody begrudges me using an N95 for great impromptu video coverage and superb call quality they know where they can go!!
Pjox, life is short. If the TyTN satisfies your needs them good for you! Many experts agree that the Nokia web browser is the best. Read Lisa Gade's review on the N95 on mobiletechreview.com. You cannot ram your opinion down people's throat! This TyTN is only a PPC. It has its limitations; don't forget that. As much as I admire the device it cannot even handle VGA res with 16M colours. No excuses-face the facts. A modern device must be able to VIVIDLY represent tables, graphs, charts, text and images on the screen. This device is still in evolution. VGA camcording at 30fps is a tremendous achievement that TyTN II can only dream about! As for the browser the tremendous screen on the N95 coupled with the mouse beats Netfront any day!!
He wants to use Symbian series60 with the touchscreen UI.That tells me he dosen't require WM6 os which begs the question why the hell has he got a TyTN II??LMAO
Nothing is better than the truth. As i am writing i own both devices but since when i receive the tytn 11 i only use the n95 for phone calls.In that field i will agree the nokia is slightly better than the HTC device
Furthermore to mention the far superior GPS chipset to that on the N95 is at best laughable.Infact the TyTN II chipset is widely regarded as THE BEST.
Here we go again with silly Nokia propaganda!Web browsing with the TyTN II is a far more satisfing experience .N95 strugles to load data intensive pages- try and load a 5 or 6mb page and you will see what I mean.Netfront is the best browser with it's array of options-user agent strings,smart rendering etc etc-this browser can't be used with symbian os 9.+!!All th n95 has over the TyTN II is TV out(useless but good for kids!),30FPS V.R. and a better camera.It's not much!That n95 you say is a multimedia masterpiece can't play wmv!!!!
Can u put full screen wallpaper? Seems impossible with all the buttons and info on main screen. Does anybody found a picture with fullscreen wallpaper?
Al, you made a mistake! If I was you I would have kept both devices simply because variety is the spice of life!! Afterall you have two pockets so why not fill them with two top-class phones? They satisfy different needs. One satisfies the need to catalogue and record one's life as a multimedia testimony. The other (ie TyTN II) satisfies the hunger to run business tasks on the go! It is clear that you will not get it all on one phone. The important point is: are your needs satisfied or not??
For the ones that critsize Nokia n95 you should stop.
There are two differnet kind of devices. one is business ie the Tytn II. and the n95-3 is a multimedia powerhouse .
I have both devices and I want to say there is something to be said about the better camera with flash, much better web browser which was fatster and able to read arabic websites. GPS has improved a lot and so did the the battery life.the battery life is as good as the Tytn II.
Last say N95-3 is going back because I got addicted to the touch screen on my Tytn II. It didn't pair with my car's bluetooth and that's a must for me.
over all if this paired and had a touch screen I would have kept it. My understanding when I spoke to Nokia's customer service they are aware of the problem and working on it and also there will be nokia devices with touch screen next year.
hey anyone know a new HTC phone coming out that is all black, looks much more stylish, thiner than the tytn, slider and its a fancy looking phone. It has windows 6. I saw it online a month ago but I cannot find it anymore. Anyone have any ideas?
full Youtube vids stream perfectly.The required files and guide are here http://discussion.treocentral.com/showthread.php?t=148801&highlight=youtube
Have been using this for 2 weeks now.
AMAZING piece of technology, i also have the JABRA BT 8010 headset, it displays the caller ID name as well.
This phone simply ROCKS.
The only disadvantage is the battery, not so much time.
Their's 8GB sd card available for the TyTN II http://www.mobymemory.com/phone-memory/HTC/TyTN-II-memory-cards.asp
Really it is a very good phone of my choice. But I require one UMPC ( pocketable size ) with same Form factor & Features except
memory >= 8GB, Full version windows.