Right! where's the nearest incinerator, Google have just created the facebook killer so there won't be a need for facebook phone lol
In comparison to E5 or E6 its kinda weird and ugly. But, thing is that Nokia is far behing in terms of OS. There are some apps available, but it lacks the development currently found on Android. I own an E5 Series 60 phone and its a pain for example: If you have tried to sync your gmail contacts to Symbian ^3 or 60 series you will encounter a bunch of error messages that i guess are due to Nokia trying to force it´s users to get Ovi Email. And really messes up your Gmail contacs (erasing, swapping photos between contacts, deleting information, etc) So even if this phone is kinda ugly. i would have it over Symbian.
that´s my rant of the day btw...
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2011I think this is a great handset, keyboard and android is the way to go.definately there is no reason to say that related to cell phone
officially 5 of the above people have bad taste. This is an amazing phone and I love it. It is a pleasure to use it...really people???
The HTC Status should be a nice phone for heavy Facebook users and / or those who like physical keyboards!
From what I have read about it, I like it.
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I think this is a great handset, keyboard and android is the way to go.
I thought it's a little cutie. Subjective though. All in the eyes of the beholder.
i totally oppose the fact that its ugly.....htc always manufactures beautiful phones and this is no exeption
guys this is the future get used to it and far better looking than any nokia of the e series ..
Too big i think as well, a Blackberry 9780 for example is much better constucted.
Anonymous, 30 Jun 2011Honestly its an ugly phone, e series has better designso true man.
HTC have to work on his designs.(all models having same design)
Why did they make it so ugly?? In compare to the new Nokia E6 is hidious
Why would anyone buy a phone that resembles an old Nokia E71 and BB...?