vinny, 16 Feb 2011no front cam as per specs, but we can use back flip for making back camera as front cam.what does this mean? Is there a flip... i thought this was a bar phone
no front cam as per specs, but we can use back flip for making back camera as front cam.
it's look very nice compare wth other smart phone...but it's can vdeo cll or nt?
So the headline is "Launches globally", yet there is "No word on dates of availability in other regions".
pooja, 24 Dec 2010super phone in worldYeaaaaah super phone puja I agreed wit u
as much i thought about google using chrome that it is the best company to have simplest software to use,my perception broke when i used android and it is not so simple.
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(Hong King time)
The cost-performance ratio of this phone is very high.
I already own an iPod touch 4, thus having had a taste of the iOS.
That's why I'm planning to get an Android phone.
My target is HTC Desire Z, because I want to try using a phone with full QWERTY keyboard.
The price between this Dell Venue and HTC Desire Z is about $500.
Don't know whether this 500 hundred dollars is worth paying...
Nokia needs to do something with it. At the moment they are working on the new os but who know will it beat android or not
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2010hey boy, guess what? even the analysts think android will end soon with all these versions mes... moreyour prob the only one who thinks like that
google is going to own the world by 2013 hehehehehehe
One would say that, and even if I share the same OPINION, I would rather not say it so blatantly like you.
But for now, Android is going strong, and analysis is just an analysis... and Android is still improving. Certainly this Dell Venue makes me want to go Android again.
if ios and android ported in nokia device and sells at very affordable price then symbian may be dead..the fact is too many user buy a symbian device but not android and iphone...reason... android and ios was overprice
HAHAHAHAHA, 24 Dec 2010That has got to be the most ridiculous thing I have seen this year. Android isn't going to be ... moreHe didn't say Bada will replace android. But the fact that Samsung made their own OS to ensure their future if anything fails at least they have a spare one. Either.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2010hey boy, guess what? even the analysts think android will end soon with all these versions mes... moreThat has got to be the most ridiculous thing I have seen this year. Android isn't going to be replaced with Bada... Yeah, Samsung uses Bada, but they still have the sense to use Android too. Look at the Samsung Galaxy S. And the Google Nexus S for that matter, which was manufactured by Samsung... You clearly don't know that much about the mobile phone market...
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2010hey boy, guess what? even the analysts think android will end soon with all these versions mes... morereally? I would like to see these analysts as well. All the articles i've read so far has shown that Android has no signs of stopping in the near future. The only thing I can remember about "fragmentation" is from Steve jobs. Steve Jobs doesn't even recognize Symbian as a threat thats why he never mentions Symbian. Also your quote about pc manufacturers dropping windows is ridiculous. Is that why Microsoft Windows holds about 98% of the PC/laptop market share? Obviously you're so right, they're all dropping Windows and making their own OS. Bada was never really made to compete outside of South Korea, you do know that right?
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2010hey boy, guess what? even the analysts think android will end soon with all these versions mes... moreyeah and soon with all the money that Android is making now. They will have their own hardware. :p