How much are you selling these phones fo and where are you located?
And who is that loser who is so childish and has to pretend to be me and say that this phone sucks?
For starters, I never say a phone sucks. =)...
But I do give REASONS why it isn't the best,
Grow up kid. Why don't you go and do your homework or something?
Its been always my dream to get a sony ericsson P900 but it is SOOOOO expensive although i am only 14 i have my uses for it.Sony Ericsson has always been the brand that i have kept my eye on looks like it has paid off,i never did like nokia phones since almost everyone i know has one which is pretty lame, a phone i want is one that is unique and exclusive.
you are saying that Symbian is more stable than PPC2002 or PPC2003 in launching softwares? or is it more stable as a phone or as PIM... i would agree with you that SE and Nokia will be more stable as a phone, since that is their main function, but as a Pocket PC for 3rd party soft, then even Symbian is known to crash on 3rd party... PPC does crash but it is a Pocket PC launching a 3rd party soft, just like your desktop PC...
bottom line, xda 2 or the released i-Mate in Dubai is a great PDA and a phone, I am not counting P900 out yet, but if P900 will cost the same as the i-Mate, I will buy i-Mate for sure- more bang for the buck!!!
oh what can i say SE have done it again! all i can say is a new manufacturer should be born to compete with SE P900.
im intersting on reselling the p900.could u tell me the price for sony p900.thankx
Will it be possible to restore my backup files on the p800 to the p900 without erasing some of the new files and programs? Please help!!
Everybody wants to buy this phone when its released but I'm certain that they'll change their mind after they see the price tag on it. If P800 costed over $700 when it was released don't expect this one to be under $900. I think spending over $400 - 500 on a phone is just ridicilous because a new and better model will come out in less than a month. This phone may be all that great and even if I could afford it I doubt that I would buy it because somebody would beat me up for it as soon as they see it in my hand and I could spend that money on something much more useful than a phone that I only use to talk and write messages. You might as well buy a computer that can do a lot more than P900 (and it's probably cheaper). I own a Nokia 3650 and it's a great phone for a great price.
All this "my phone manufacturer is better than yours" stuff is unnecessary.
You want to table descriptions and draw conclusions? List out specs, features and lets put everything to a vote.
And as far as smartphones go, I have a Nokia 3650 and a Sony Ericsson P800. They both have their strenghts and weaknesses....but having said that, I know for a fact that I will be buying the P900 and not the 6600....but that's only my opinion....I respect the opinion's of others though, whether they agree with me, or not.
To the person below the person below me..
Everyone wants a Nokia?
You mean every idiot wants a Nokia? Like yourself maybe?
One word.. Gay?...
Please.. no self descriptions...
As much as you like being Gay is as much as we don't wanna hear about it.
20-Oct-2003 is the p900 official news release date ahead of the much rumored 26-Oct-2003, go to sonyericsson official web site and it is all over there, one thing I noticed though is that the weight is listed as 150gm, not the expected 130gm, could we have a confirmation...
one word: GAY.
i mean seriously who wants a phone thats a rectangular prism, everyone wants a NOKAI. ericsson can kiss my ass. GAY PHONES. NOKIA OWN
I have been trialling the P900 since pre-release as my compnay provides mobile middleware such as remote email/contact/calendar and core business applications and it is a fantastic phone. It is better than the 800 in a number of ways, but ergonomically it is right on the nail. The Symbian software is much more stable and over all for not just email (PIM)the 900 beats IPAQs, Palms and especially the rather dated Blackberry.