have you ever seen the Gizmondo ? that is one awesome phone and is in the shape of a hand held console.
im gettin the i-mate version which is built for playing 3d games with i-mate interactive and you can play multiplayer online with the i-mate version as well dunno about the o2 xphone II version though.
does it has wifi?wat is wireless modem?is it wifi?can i add wifi sd module into this phone?
Should I get this or the AXIA A108 ? which do you reckon ? And whats the difference between Windows CE.net and Windows Smartphone 2003 (which is better and will all programmes i got on disc for Windows Smartphone 2003 work on Windows CE.net os) ? Thanks
Hey, i was wondering if anyone knew how i could get my hands on one and how much roughly? Im in Australia
Anybody know what the video quality is like for clips that have been uploaded to it from a pc? Also is it true that there are no MP3 ringtones?
excellent looking especially with the joystick, its looks and features. i wish they would hurry up and release this phone in the uk there are hardly any smartphones released where i live the only ones i know about are the n gage, the xda II and a few others but i never seen this babi. :)
received mine today from firstname.lastname@example.org. locked to o2 uk but the first thing i noticed is how small it is, like a t610 exactly and it looks gorgeous too. i love it
NIce handset, thin, light and feature packed, I have the imate sp3i version, but expect o2 to add their active userinterface amongst other things, also would have thought that MS would have added a document viewer / reader. No mp3 ringtones, no dedicated delete / cancel key as per symbian handsets, nor the ability to copy paste text some feaatures i loved in the 6600.....
thats me for now.
is nice and portable, that is the phone am dreaming for i need it. thanks bye.
that is beautiful and charming. I like this style. It reveals my style
It's actually an Orange SPV C500, or HTC Typhoon as it's also known.
The design of O2 xPhone II is, however, far superior in my opinion.
As it's based on Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003SE, the phonebook may contain exactly the same amount of data as the MS Outlook adress book. Which means almost unlimited number of fields.
It has mobile internet explorer, msn messenger, pocket Outlook - everything that the Orange SPV C500 / HTC Typhoon has, as it's basically the same phone.
nice this is a great job from what i hear the phone is compact i will enjoy using this