here,s me looking for a bit of guidance,
is this the phone for me?..
Instead of clever comments, or decent information,
i get some jumped up order of go grab yourself!!.. when someone is giving an honest opinion and sharing a thought, who are we to think we can turn that to a personal attack...!
Anger issues should be left in your teens Darling...x
samsung has to do somthing on his battery, touchscreen kills battery`s
I have an idea.. why dont you grab yourself while you are grabbing this phone you pretentious knob. V3i D&G, LG Prada, Samsung and Armani?? Have they not realised that it is degrading the name of these brands???
What is the world coming to when we have to put a designer label on a handset to sell something.
Goodluck to anyone who actually buys this phone.
in the world of fashion, one day you are in and on the other day you might be out and so as in the world of mobile phones.so what are you waiting for?? grab this phone now while its in..
The Armani one looks like the Prada but I hope it works alot better. and i hope the price aint much cuz the fones aint 10/10
Samsung i550: nice features, but (i afraid) it will be HUGE (at last 12cm long), and battery life will be pathetic.
Just a little off-topic before I begin... in what sense was the G600 a let-down? As a handset it actually surpassed my expectations... perhaps you'd better stop building your expectations on rumours, child, otherwise the Nokia N95, with its poor software and fictional camera resolution and its ilk will be the only handsets to 'live up to expectations'.
Samsung seem to have made an odd decision with the i550... it's a little late to bring out an almost direct competitor to the Nokia N73 a good year after its release, wouldn't you say? The inclusion of GPS is welcome, but nothing that any other suitably equipped symbian handset couldn't do with a bluetooth receiver. The Armani phone is a shameless copy of the LG KE850 Prada, however, since the Prada died a relatively quick death on a few networks thanks to its shoddy performance we'll soon see if this a modern-day repeat of the Chocolate vs E900 scenario (in which the E900 was considered by most to be a copy (but was probably the first into development), but was vastly superior in terms of accuracy and stability.
Nice mobiles but Samsungs got improve the features on its mobiles now days to compete with Nokia an Sony Ericsson ,they never seem to show any signs of getting better with its Profiles an Media which they better improve now days as the G600 was a biglet down i think
Giorgio Armani should look for a mobile brand that leads fashion and not a follower !!!