i got mine http://sntradersonline.com/phone_details.php?product_id=snp772 and it is working in canada no problem at all....
Summary of an in-depth review:
˝Summary. I think that G900 is a fine, well-thought-out device. It’s a pity that is visible only on the design and the software, as the ancient CPU working under the hood is simply not a partner for making the potential users completely satisfied. It’s a smart device for calm, non-hasty people. It has everything that is required at this level, it just simply falls behind in speed.˝
Real, 05 Jun 2008Hi....Do you know about document reader and editor of this phone? what's the application of th... more(as far as I know)It can be done! But not easy. I never tried and while the feature is there it is not very user friendly (not a critic).
I have never tried it. Other may give you better answer. Generally, phones are made for viewing only - editing is extra and not very practical.
Hi....Do you know about document reader and editor of this phone? what's the application of them and what can we edit with these application? can I view PDF files with document reader?
The problem with buying and returning is that you can not possible know beforehand where you are going to be in the future exactly.
Especially in a big city.
Each tower is cover about a mile or two depends on the area and the frequency.
It may take weeks to find out how bad or good the service.
Also if you change your habits or move or take a vacation ...etc- you may find out that you can not be reached.
Out of the city, suburb and rural areas the 850MHz totally dominant! (larger coverage!)
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970Sorry, not really!
T-Mobile has agreement with ATT/Cingular to use their towers. So, without the 850MHz your service would be VERY unreliable and you would have signal only at certain areas.
I strongly suggest a quad phone or a US version of triband phone.
This phone is triband - and not for US market.
ATT /Cingular uses 850 MHz all over the place - You need to have a phone with 850 MHz.
The newer towers are 850 MHz because they cover larger areas.
im so excited to get this phone! =D it's gonna cost me $475...but i'm still not sure how the reception is gonna be. it's gonna suck if i spend that much money only to get horrible reception =/
chombos1, 11 Feb 2008HEY gsmarena.... you forgot to mention that it has GPSAre you sure it has GPS? The salesperson told me this phone use external GPS, i.e. it's not a standard feature.
this phone is tri-band, so all you americans in your 850 zone can't use this phone! (in certain areas)
is any one here who owns the G900 actually from the united states? i would like to know how the reception is in the states.
the X1 is a really cool phone and i can imagine that'll it'll be amazing but i think its just a little too flashy for me lol.
i currently have a sony ericsson w810i and i think i want a phone that is similar to this size, but i also want something updated and new which is why i opted for the g900.
mobile, 04 Jun 2008If u like SE phone, my humble opinion G900 is a great phone, as the saying goes, nothing is pe... moreDon't forget that i am an SE man and have the P1i;) i bought mine last october and i am looking to replace it. Spec wise, it is very similar so i will wait for the SE X1 (hope its is the right name) coming out later in the year. I can imagine it is a great phone and recommend all thinking about getting it to go for it. I should imagine it should work in the U.S and Canada.
USgirl, 04 Jun 2008mmm...I was thinking about purchasing the phone from HK since the phone wasn't on the sony eri... moreIf u like SE phone, my humble opinion G900 is a great phone, as the saying goes, nothing is perfect. Over all G900 is great. dont believe too much what u read here, 1st, most ppl commented dont have the phone just comment from reading others infomation,2nd, there are some nokia fans just stirring things up here. 3rd, many ppl like to compare SE and Nokia, i wonder why? if you looking for the same function same design same everything than there wont be 2 phone company SE and nokia.
USgirl, 04 Jun 2008mmm...I was thinking about purchasing the phone from HK since the phone wasn't on the sony eri... moreIm not sure that the G900 will work in the US..but im not 100%.. I own the samsung U900 i think its pretty sweet, worth checkin out anyways..nokia n82 also, i woulda bought the n82 but it was a little too chunky for me...hope that helps
mmm...I was thinking about purchasing the phone from HK since the phone wasn't on the sony ericsson US website. I didn't want to wait that long.
anyway, how long do you think it would take before they fix up all those little quirks with the G900?
should i consider looking at any other interesting phones?