The spec sheet lists no RDS Radio but you mention it on the first page. Update?
I like the specs, assuming it has radio the rest is all I need right now, GPS, Wifi, 3.5mm, decent CPU and so on. Unfortunately I don't trust Android to be solid yet.. will probably go with Symbian instead. Dull, dull but reliable.
Supanit2020, 21 May 2009Android .... Android ... how does it operate? Anything from Windows OS phone can share with? ... moreit's a new os man.. let it the time to raise.. furthermore it's open source so I'm assured that a lot of programs will be available in the close future
Supanit2020, 21 May 2009Android .... Android ... how does it operate?
Anything from Windows OS phone can share with? ... morePlease not that Just beacause HTC made the first Android handset, it is in no way connected to the Windows Mobile Platform.
Read up on its features via the android fan sites and always remember Android is in direct competition with Windows Mobile, Iphone, Sybian etc. so don't expect them to support each others file formats etc.
I tried both this model and HTC Magic. I prefer Magic cos of the trackball. User experience is much better on Magic
luki, 20 May 2009small ram.it will stucklittle ram? wtf my n95 8gb has 128mb ram and after boot 90mb...i couldn't fill all the ram with 20+ apps open...what do you do on the damn phone?
dni, 20 May 2009must be awesome, I'll purchase it as soon as it would be availableAndroid .... Android ... how does it operate?
Anything from Windows OS phone can share with? How are appointment, notes and office operations? Can we transfer data we have in Windows OS phone to this "stranger"? In terms of operating it, is it different from Windows OS. Does it have "office" functions, like words, excel, etc. Is there any items used in the Windows OS working in the "Android"?
Question, question and question?
I really hope it will have 1700 3G and still be unlocked. That would boost sales because then Tmobile customers would buy like crazy
5800 user, 19 May 2009Why no Radio???? And what's the video recording?Hi, there is no radio for the same reason there isn't one in any Apple product (and Apple don't hype the radio plugin module for the regular iPod). Radio is free - so you don't buy and download tunes - the business model for iPhone OS and Android. Silly tho, because if you're listening to Radio 1 (UK station) and like a tune, you can fire up iTunes or Android player and buy the song - so what gives Sammy? Add a radio, and if the next iPhone is not up to scratch, the i7500 is my next phone. Re video, if the i7500 doesn't do 720p like the excellent camera on the Tocco Ultra 8300, I'm also holding out for the new iPhone or am going to give up and make my own phone...
does release mean selling it to the public? or just presenting the phone in an official press meeting or something like that?!
Just as I thought, It's coming to States for T-Mobile. Just cleared FCC approval.