Anonymous, 06 Apr 2009Why is blackbery connect important if nokia already have something else that SURPASS the black... moreIt is important because there are a lot of big companies with thousands of users that already invested in Blackberry and they will not give up on their investment just to use Nokia e-mail. Blackberry offers unparalleled compression and encryption for the transmitted data. For example a 5 mb traffic subscription is enough for users receiving 200+ email daily.
This will not be a hit...
To be a hit it must have
1) Full touch screen
2) Touch screen must have number pad with T9 VERTICAL Orientation
3) Horizontal must have a slide out keyboard and a virtual one when the slid out is not used or required. Both must have predictive texting / dictionary
4) Dual Sim
5) Stylus input
6) Dual camera
7) Standard Mini USB charger
Blackberry connect, 06 Apr 2009Unfortunatelly it doesn't support Blackberry connect which is the global standard for business... more
Blackberry Connect? What does that mean? Sorry I'm a bit of a novice.
Also, whats the point of two keyboards, when it could have only one and then screen would be larger (like the Xperia X1)? If this phone is closed, why would you need a keyboard to navigate around the UI?
Personally, I think the iPhone, Touch HD etc screens are a little too large for me, but the E75's screen is too small, albeit a great phone, but its screen is at the mercy of the smaller keyboard and for what?
Blackberry connect, 06 Apr 2009Unfortunatelly it doesn't support Blackberry connect which is the global standard for business... moreWhy is blackbery connect important if nokia already have something else that SURPASS the blackbery connect.
If you see the WMC 2009 nokia press video you can see what I'm talking about.
Beside that, it is blackbery that forbid nokia to support the blackbery connect in the first place. They told nokia, that nokia can only support blackbery in crippled way. in which nokia response is to remove the support.
This phone is THE blackbery killer
It's time for my wallet to take big hit...
This is a phone I will certainly buy
Good news ;)
Unfortunatelly it doesn't support Blackberry connect which is the global standard for business mobile e-mail, so I would hardly call it a complete messaging solution