I have to say this is very interesting because, neither of these phones have any character. The Schubert has at least some flair in its design.
AAMIR-KSA, 22 Aug 2010get out from here : nokia fan boy : ask nokia why the not made good cel phones :: nokia copy cat And what exactly defines a good cellphone? High MP Camera? Connectivity? Call Quality? Battery Life? Memory Expansion? Tell me?
Cause i know all the iPhone fanboys say iPhone is a good phone but it has non of the above.
Sony and Nokia!, 22 Aug 2010announce something about Nokia and there would be more commentsget out from here : nokia fan boy : ask nokia why the not made good cel phones :: nokia copy cat
this mobile will be used mainly for fun or experimental use..nowdays if u want a phone for everything its either an android blackbery or and iphone device..even symbian has left market for all user phone..wp7 might take a long time becoming a common os due to the huge number of oses in the market
announce something about Nokia and there would be more comments
leo, 22 Aug 2010WP7 phones until now do not seem particularly exciting. And in any case apart from the hardwar... moreI think the HTC Scubert (aka Mozart) seems exciting. may be the only WP7 phone that is exciting. The demo Samsung that WP7 developers are using looks better than this Cetus.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2010Those blue tiles look like traffic signs...where is the 'beauty'? As to the handset, well, it'... moreWell for me the square cartoon widgets on the iPhone looks like the childrens toy with the animal pictures that makes the animal sounds whan you press them, it's all a matter of taste. I personally having the live update email, social, calender etc etc updated right on the homescreen as it happens like in Symbian, Windows mobile and to some extent even Android, instead of having to go into one app at a time for 10 minutes like in the iPhone to gather info when you thing you have any updates. Some people like grown up people interface and some people still need cartoon widgets and the long way around.
great pleasure great job samsung _ but why for at&t _ how about us : today samsung proofed the are number one _ in mobile\'s world : best of luck samsung ^_*
Those blue tiles look like traffic signs...where is the 'beauty'? As to the handset, well, it's ok, but nothing special.
i missed since when phone producers decided to add useless search button? instead of something more useful - media player, im, browser, organizer, notes etc. is there anyone who use this search button it?
I saw Windows Phone 7 running on a non-brand test device at the Open Wireless Convention here in Stockholm back in March. It was very interesting. I have to say that the impression i got was extremely positive. The OS looks and operates much better than Android, Apple and Symbian. Easy beautiful slidemenus with good info about everthing in the phone and nice subtile colours. It is so far the best thought over and engineered mobile OS so far. But if Microsofr does not build a appstore for it will break, which is a shame casue i really loved the OS build.
These look like low ends. Small displays and big, thick bodies. Dunno. Maybe in ~200$ price range they would sell but still I doubt it.
WP7 phones until now do not seem particularly exciting. And in any case apart from the hardware itself it will be the breadtg and depth of available software that will make or break the platform.