jagoan, 14 Jan 2010This is as known as NOKIA E61 by Sony Ericsson XDnot e61 but Samsung C6625
looks like my nokia e61i. the specs is basic. no extraordinary features and the human curvature term is just a marketing strategy.
This is a business orientated smartphone, so I would forgive the lack of autofocus and flash light on its mediocre camera. The most important is this phone will be BISPAK.
Its fake!!! How come soner just put 3.2 mp cam without af and flash on this phone even this is a smartphone...its rubbish and sontoloyo!
At last seems like sonyericsson has thought off something for us. Thankz company. I will request still one thing do think for reintroducing the P1i or something in that type of keyboard and also don't forget about the touch screen option. If all these features are introduced I don't feel that sony users will think of shifting company.
how many of readers do go with my comment ??????????????
Wohoo I'm waiting long enough for SE to release this type of phones.
It deninetly suits my needs!!
I hope this baby price is not too expensive
samsung use ugly j2me emulator [jvm jBlend] on their winmo. it can`t fullscreen not support operator trick query [@] can`t fullscreen bad , bad font & only can open 1 java apps / gams. now my winmo 6.1 from samsung use JBlend from HTC MEGA & binggo it can fullscreen & have good font but too bad it not support JSR184 & Nokia JSR.... :(
FireDragon, 14 Jan 2010UIQ3 was much much better. Very practical like I said few other places and I sure miss it.yeah UIQ still BETTER than winmo. UIQ have native j2me can open more than 1 java. winmo is suc*k becoz need j2me emulator [jvm] from 3rd developer that`s really su*ck & only can open 1 java
winmo is suc*k i try winmo 6.1 it only can open 1 java apps & games with 1 j2me emulator [jvm] free RAM 70MB this is the very very very ugly os i ever use. until now still no native j2me emulator [jvm] for winmo. why manufacture still use this ugly os @_@ i can`t use operator trick like query on winmo that`s really suc*k
Kross, 14 Jan 2010I think 65K Color screen is a WindowsMobile thing... X1 is also 65KYes it is. Hopefully it will end with WinMo7.
ilhan, 14 Jan 2010I bought my SE-P1i for 2 yrs ago; Symbian UIQ3 smartphone! Then, sNokia bought Symbian and end... moreUIQ3 was much much better. Very practical like I said few other places and I sure miss it.
again.. shortly I lost my confidence against both SE and Nokia. They may exist and be permanent in low-end, ordinary models. Nokia decided to invest on Maemo combining with N series for the future. Too late.. + Symbian will live in secondary league until it looses profitability, not too far. Nokia + Maemo cannot compete even with Android, not just WM or iphone. SE are not taking risk by developing own platform, nor being dependent on just one, but not so customer oriented like Nokia. It sounds HTC and Samsung are quite farther than them when it comes to response to needs of users out there. They only plan how many similar units (that slightly different from each other with some + or - features/functions) they can produce and sell out. Just think about Iphone, HD2 and Nexus, you may also add Omnia-II to this list and compare to the best, competitive product of SE and Nokia, from all aspects including price.
This is the same phone as my samsung i780. Only diference is the camera. On i780 2MP on this 3MP. And probably win mob os is going to be newer version.
Anonymous, 13 Jan 2010ya, se better than nokia when comes to touch screen se make die the symbian UIQ but nokia... moreI bought my SE-P1i for 2 yrs ago; Symbian UIQ3 smartphone! Then, sNokia bought Symbian and ended UIQ project. SE could make sure UIQ kept live, by encouraging 3 party programs/developers, as far as I know Nokia has no unit on UIQ platform, so it made no sense at all for Nokia. i am pretty sure that all owners of P1 or whichever handset built on UIQ feel more or less the same. Personally; No More SE, nor Nokia, never.. Today, have reviewed Xperia-2 in hands, simply disappointment.. from now on will go for HTC or Samsung.
I dont like the Windows mobile system - at least not the 6.5 standard version. My first (and last) WM-phone was HTC Snap. The system feels "clunky" and have a somewhat "unpolished" feel to it - at least in the small details. Things like data-input doesnt automatically jump forward to minutes after entering hours - one have to push D-pad right. Sliding-panel that cant be edited/rearranged. The Office Onenote-app there you cant navigate sideways from memo to memo - you have to jump out and then back in to the next memo. Small things like that. Small irritations - WM is full of them.