Mel, 04 Dec 2009anyone have any suggestions and/or advice as to which cellphone I should purchase? (whatever c... more- Motorola Milestone
- Samsung B7610 OmniaPRO
- Samsung B7620 Georgio Armani
- Nokia N97 mini
Mel, 04 Dec 2009anyone have any suggestions and/or advice as to which cellphone I should purchase? (whatever c... moree52 has got bigger keys,,now to xperia i waited ages for x1 as they said it was premium device with cybershot and walkman,all i got was no equaliser poor video/can and a poor sluggish software..the x1 is a fantastic looking fone along with satio and aino but thats no good if they dont work..Its about time these firms looked at testing the fones before release that includes nokia etc....
I think SE will bankrup if they still like this. .hope SHARP will enter Europe next year. .
anyone have any suggestions and/or advice as to which cellphone I should purchase? (whatever cellphone I purchase, I'm trying to purchase it ALREADY-UNLOCKED, by the way):
Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 (although I'm freaking out that I will have the "cellphone-cracks for no reason at all, like tons of people have been reporting happen with this cellphone)
Sony Ericsson Xperia X2
HTC Touch Pro2
or is there any other suggestions as to ANY OTHER cellphone I should look at, other than the ones mentioned by me above?
I really sincerely hope that they upgrade the hardware, internal components, internal hardware components -- basically, EVERYTHING!!!, or I'm not going to be buying this phone :-( .
Although I CERTAINLY like it better than the Nokia E72 and the HTC HD2. The HTC HD2, although freaking awesome, has no "physical" keyboard, and that's certainly better to type your messages without having to look at the screen's "keyboard" constantly -- you can eventually operate the phone by "feel" (which is a HUGE advantage all "touchscreen-navigation-only" cellphones have). and the Nokia E72 is nice, but my huge [and thick] fingers and thumbs can barely press the numerical keys on the qwerty keyboard to dial a phone number on the Nokia E71, let alone type/write text-messages on the qwerty keyboard. so then again, most likely it will be EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE for me to use the qwerty keyboard on the Nokia E72, just like it was EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE for me to use the qwerty keyboard on the Nokia E71.