Duel, 15 Aug 2010I mean iOS have copy & paste now, but i dont want to get phone where it isn't But i'm n... moreWindows mobile always had copy and paste, even long before it got implemented to phones!
I em sure WP7 will be more beautiful junk than iphone with lot of problems, and locket and to much restrictions!
Duel, 15 Aug 2010wp7 is goin to be BIG it's interesting to see who's bringing the best wp7 phone to market, but... moreI mean iOS have copy & paste now, but i dont want to get phone where it isn't
But i'm not sure if its coming soon to WP7 or it's WP7 made the way you don't need to use it
wp7 is goin to be BIG it's interesting to see who's bringing the best wp7 phone to market, but i'm definately very interesting. Still i dont like that couple of things is same level than iOS, so i'f im changing, i still cannot use full multitasking, copy paste missing= thats bad, no flash from begin, so cannot test that either etc.
But that wp7 gives me same feelings what i had buying my first iphone, "i have to try that" :)
i think samsung are great at chip making i think they should stick to chips. they make the ugly phone. and laptops.
i hope microsoft keeps a close eye on samsung for there new wp7.
By this time next year WP7 will be easily the top phone OS out there. This thing just breeds inovation. While most phones will be relying on apps this phone will have many things that are native to the OS and all apps will run on all WP7 devices unlike Android. And it doesnt look like a cluttered mess like most phones, everything in its proper place. Sports sites, Companies, Businesses, News or whatever can have their own "hub" or go into a hud that you created. No more searching through a hundred apps looking for that certain one. I cant wait for this to be released, I want a HTC device, but Ill take whatever Tmobile cooks up.
I had Samsung N500, which if anything only had some antenna problem after 2-3 years of use which has been quickly fixed by the service center. After that I had X600 which was perfectly fine with absolutely no issues. But the real thing was Samsung D600 which i bought 2006 or 2007 and I am still using it as a second phone (not even a glitch with it). Now I've got Samsung Galaxy Spica, upgraded to 2.1, which has an issue or two, but that's mainly because of the smartphone OS and all of the applications that I have installed. No hardware issues.
However I have a friend who had to change the display cable on 2 of his Samsung slider, but he is kind of using all his phones in an really active way - not just using them for a calls, but also throwing them here and there and stuff.
Samsung Hater, 15 Aug 2010Dont buy any samsung phones. They are just very cheap quality and dont last more than 1 year. ... moreHmm..my experience is quite the opposite. Their phones are literally dropable and unbreakable. Had samsung phone since 1999
To samsung hater: you can repair microphone, replace battery. I don't see a reason to buy another phone just because of that.
Samsung is one of the best mobile phone manufacture and the leader of mobile inovvation technology.
My i300 still work fine almost 3 years.
Microsoft believe samsung can make best of the best wp7 phone ever.
Stop bashing samsung jealous fanboy,n show your name here..
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2010I have to say I completely agree with a lot of you who are frustrated with Samsung's phones. ... moreI only use Samsung phones 5 years and they all work today (sorry for bed enflish)
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2010Samsung isnt that bad, they got their new galaxy and the d500 was the ultimate phoneYeah they have a new galaxy phone. Did you know that both modles they launched in the U.S. have serious GPS issues? They promised a fix but we haven't seen it yet. It reminds me of the update they promised the Behold 2 and they never lived up to it.
I have to say I completely agree with a lot of you who are frustrated with Samsung's phones. I used to be a loyal Samsung customer, and would not buy any phone if it wasn't made by Samsung. In all I used about five Samsung phones within a year. That all ended when I discovered that they make their phones are meant to be replaced within a year or less. None of their phones lasted a year with me, even when I took very good care of them. The last one I bought was the U700. The silver coating started peeling after a week, the wheel that was used instead of a d-pad didn't work, and a few weeks later, the touch sensitive buttons stopped working, making the phone completely useless. That was the turning point for me. Samsung customer service did not replace the phone because it was not a U.S. model. I switched to HTC is it has proven to be one of the best. This is just a little word or caution for some of you.
Man, how ugly is the UI of WP7. I´m thinking that Microsoft is trying to be innovative but they dont know what people likes and wants. They loosed the path mow. Like Motorola, who were great in the past but dont follow the market and almost bankrupt. Now, while they are almost dead, they are trying to reemerge with Android OS. In my opinion, Microsoft must do something like this.
I have an Omnia II, and i promised myself i'll never buy a windows phone again.