We will have this phone end of January and will sell it on the bulgarian market.
a great phone for my dad! gonna buy this for my dad when it releases!
Connie, 12 Dec 2010I shall purchase this phone as soon as it is available. I thought dual sim for Android would n... moreEver noticed how previous computer-centric manufacturers now turn to mobile phones for their new products? We have Dell, Acer, Nvidia, Intel, and now ASUS making phones and most of them use Android. Wow, never noticed it until now. :)
Yeah symbian sucks so much which is why it corners nearly half the market for OS...why even mention symbian in this article when they are talking about froyo and windows 6.5 for this handset
I shall purchase this phone as soon as it is available. I thought dual sim for Android would never happen. Thank you Gigabyte for making this phone, I hope it is a great success. Gigabyte by the way makes great motherboards for PC's.
Chocowii, 12 Dec 2010But HTC HD2 can't run the simpleton Symbian. Now it makes sense.It uses a different set of codes, I believe. Android is still Linux by heart, while Windows Mobile might have some elements similar to Linux i.e. the kernel, etc.
yes symbian can / jealous android fan /
Chocowii, 12 Dec 2010Oh oh! I'll add, DUAL OSes. Hahaha! The first company who will put that kind of will rule the ... moreThe HTC HD2 can run on Windows Mobile 6.5, Windows Phone 7, Android 2.2, Linux builds and Windows 95. So yeah.
Wher is the question of symbian here ??
Oh oh! I'll add, DUAL OSes. Hahaha! The first company who will put that kind of will rule the whole mobile phone industry! Talk about the best of both worlds! How about Android-WP, Android-Symbian, Symbian-Maemo, Android-Maemo. I'll never get out of choices. :)
At first there were phones with dual sims, then dual speakers, now dual cores. What's next? Dual screens? Dual backflip? Dual batteries? Hehe I love technology.
nice to have dual sim android phone in the market.
hopes more will follow
symbian sucks the most. why does "it say barely decent" specs when the price is around 175 euros?
Can Symbian handle dual-SIM?