Farid, 18 Nov 2009This is the ugly version of Samsung Omnia HD With smaller screen and no 8/16 gig internal memoryImpossible. You can't get more ugly than the massive Omnia HD. Even this phone beats Omnia HD in terms of look. Honestly, having an Omnia HD is like lugging around a piece of stale pizza from 2005.
Graham, 18 Nov 2009Why are SE using outdated Symbian? One of their biggest mistakes ever. Better to use Android f... moreMotorola and Google had an exclusive deal with Android 2.0 - that's why SE and Samsung won't release a phone with that version of the OS this year.
Sadly enough this is true - and unfair.
Then you're better off getting an OS that's availible for EVERYONE - like Symbian. And that's also the reason why SE chose Symbian instead of Google Android.
Why are SE using outdated Symbian? One of their biggest mistakes ever. Better to use Android for a phone like this.
This is the ugly version of Samsung Omnia HD With smaller screen and no 8/16 gig internal memory
Anonymous, 17 Nov 2009SE have got a lot 2 learn about making smartphones, and then get there timing right too... by ... moreSE were d first to develop a smartphone.it makes me laf wgn i c ppl post such comments.SE used nexperia chipset wit symbia that iardly restarts apart frm g900.they r late we all knw dat myfriend.
At a glance, it's not look impressive in design. Just wait for the official photos.
The design is very cool, my opinion this phone is cooles than the Satio, and maybe it is better.
Well done SE. :)
Design is too ugly, change it Sony or you will lose customers.
SE have got a lot 2 learn about making smartphones, and then get there timing right too... by the time dis 1 makes it to the market, it wil be totaly outdated...
I has order the Satio and get next week, Satio is still beter than Kuara! Can't wait to get the Satio!
i love se but tis design officially sucks.... like a piece of dog poo or cow dung.... features and performance are perfect but because of the design, this phone will not sell that well.... hope se change this design