I own Philips 9@9s for a long time now. I must say the sleek design exceeds its price. This is one cheap clamshell phone with 1MP camera I'm looking for.
However, there is a problem with the SMS indexing. It seems that new SMS stored not at the top of the list. It's not at the bottom, either. Let's just say that the list of the SMS is unordered. I tried to look at any possible menu to do this. But, it seems that this is the first strange behaviour mobile phone in managing SMS. Oh well...
supreme battery, else are just standart feature, but say again.....superb design for phillips phone
can anyone tell me - on an incoming SMS I just get the phone number not the persons name (they are in the address book) I cant find a setting to change this and I tried saving the numbers to the phone and then the sim. Short of comparing the incoming number with my address book I cant figure out who sends me a message.
Well! I am using Xenium 9@9s. what I like the most of Xenium is the long last battery. However, there is a slide error on design.
I just found that imcoming is not stored in SIM card. I had tried the Message Setting for storing an incoming message to SIM several times, but nothing.
Is there any missing function on Xenium 9@9s? or I have to reinstall its program again.
I am sure there is a Message Setting about a path to save message directly to SIM card. But where is it?
Is anyone know how to do this? Please reply to me.
I wrote this comment to Philips Head Quater, but so far there is no reply.
Nice look style design surely eyecacthing, longlife battery is very strong point for businessman who need hour & hour talking with their phone, this is what I call perfect functional phone. We need just talk & send sms, else is unworthed.
Some real pics of the Xenium 9@9s
Add just bluetooth which can transfer song or a movie clip, mp3 player, external memory, better messaging response, and quadband. Is that hard, Philips?
you do not speak at all about the major featur of Philips phones : autonomy !
What about it ?
this phone has a nice design,i actually find it very nice indeed...the internal display is OLED wich is a pretty nice thing...it misses bluetooth and 64 channels.
mp3 player would've been a nice feature but as this phone is from xenium series and they are dedicated to people who need a long lasting battery...mp3 player wouldn't have been a nice feature to preserve battery...
i would buy it if it has a cheap price.
let Philips phones designers know what is BLUETOOTH!! i repeat: BLUETOOTH :)
this fone is really horrible , maybe 2yrs ago??
i would not get this fone..