what about memory? please give me detail of internal and external memory
One thing to remember is that MS are pushing cloud services. As far as they are concerned your data should all be stored on SkyDrive, your email on Live Mail (or whatever crummy web-based email service you use), and your music and videos streamed using your Zune Pass. Social networking is all cloud-based as well. Thus they won't worry about storage space on their devices, as they don't see why you would need it - they don't quite realise that data costs to many of us are still horrendously high.
I keep thinking that I'd be happy living the Symbian life, once I get rid of my Blackberry, but the more I look into the new WP7 OS the more I'm begining to like it. I'm not really a big app kind of person. I'm not a heavy social networker person either so the OS's ability with that dosn't matter too much. I'm more interested in the way it interacts with Windows 7 for the PC, and how much I can really do on this thing. I'm probably one of the few people who use the MSN SkyDrive feature which can come in handy and it'll be awesome if they can incorporate that feature into the phone, or make is possible to pull up files from my PC using my phone like the Homegroup funtions. I don't know how I feel about LG being the first company developing it, but they do have a very soild rep in the states, and I don't really see them screwing it up. The lack of an SD Card slot, dose suck, but if it can link up to my computer at home or has a big internal memory I wouldn't mind too much. I think this is going to be a very unique development, I love the look of the OS, it's simplistic which is a good thing, at least I think so.
yonip, 07 Sep 2010i noticed most smartphones nowadays have given up on the infrared feature of the phone. i just... moreWell even though most companies droped the IR tech, newer TV's are equppied with DNLA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, you name it companies are sticking it in them. The Samsung GalaxyS phones can all function as TV remotes considering you have a compatiable Samsung model. But with that being said, I'm sure that once that feature builds up, some third party will develop something to suite those needs/wants.
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hey its look is very good, im waiting for dis phone to operate windows 7,mainly in dis is that ithas 1ghz processer
lol i had a play with this today.. it was awesome.. it worked so well. intuitive and quick. bounce around the hubs seamlessly.
im Android through and through but i have have to say. im looking forward to seeing what this does to the market.
I waited for 5 month to see the feature of WOS 7
but this is just like non-OS phone
iphone4 dont have card slot provided with 16/32gb internal memory. i would predict that this phone internal memory be at 32/64gb. therefore, don't need a card slot.
Stadtionalist, 07 Sep 2010U really think this phone will not be introduced without a cardslot? Unless it is getting a 16... moreWindows 7 mobile phones can't support memory cards! This is the truth. It's sad.
Must have for any smart phone
1) Dual SIM
2) Stylus input in addition
Zamroni, 07 Sep 2010Other than not supporting multi-tasking, WP7 also does not support external memory. Some peopl... moreU really think this phone will not be introduced without a cardslot? Unless it is getting a 16GB or bigger internal memory I guess you can make a safe bet on saying it WILL get a card slot and it WILL be shown in the stats once this phone becomes OFFICIAL. And I haven't seen proper multi-tasking yet on any phone... At least, not better than my WinMo 5.0 already did six years ago.
Ram?? Internal memory?? We can't know anything right now about those?