niknok, 09 Dec 2010ah, not 14 in a row...It sure looks to me that the last 14 phone reviews were for touchscreen phones. we had a few interesting other articles regarding Zune & holiday shopping and such but the hardware phone all had big screen with 0-3 buttons on one short edge...
imac, 09 Dec 2010htc should leave the cameraphone job to nokia Agreed, after N8, the other new camera centric phones end up looking like a joke.
the difference between the satio and the mozart camera is so much
i was nt knwing the quality will be tht bad
I hate the fullfocus cameras on the new Nokias but they are starting to look better than this. :/
Over all the HTCdevice looks good, just like most of them. They need a "camera guy" to optimize their image processing unless it's a crappy sensor limitation.
It's funny when you see the pics where the iPhone and the iOS is next to beautiful HTC's Win PH 7 devices. The iPhone and iOS looks like something that the Cartoon Network shi*ted out for sale at Toys R Us.
The limitations of WinPh 7 on these devices does not make sense, because the Dell Venture has WinPh 7 but it does not have these limitations.
And I thought my SE Vivaz took bad pictures... HTC'd better not try to make cameraphones!
im using this phone, its fast, and you should buy one too! I recomend to everyone. Lol (sarcasm-pun intended) :D
fourteen touch screen reviews in a row. This is becoming truly boring. They all look alike. They all have the same fatal flaw. They require two hands to operate. They also require you to look at the screens to do all operations. As such, they are incapable of being operated while one does most other tasks. In short, touch screen phones can not be used for most multitasking. An example, try to hold your childs hand and call your spouse at a baseball game....
ps. oh my what a long list of shortcomings.