Preview: Samsung BlackJack
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No data capability
Looks cool as hell, great features, *great* potential.
Been on w/ Cingular all day-- now they are on with Samsung, I'm holding for a "level 2 tech"
Intermittent problems w/ almost every aspect of the phone's operation. Dropped calls, can't get on internet, email, etc.
I have a *feeling* it's not this unit alone-- but obviously that's a wild guess. My advice-- wait.
Still not sure about my dropped calls..
1)leaves Cingular or Xpressmail tagline on all outgoing mail
2)requires a computer turned on and connected to the internet
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Blackjack vs. 3125 (Processer)
I like how both phones look...although the qwerty keypad would definitely come in handy.
My first choice was the 3125, but I wanted to hold of on getting it as soon as I heard about the blackjack. I also like the fact that it is on 3G...
Does anyone have experience with both phones. I looked at both phones for about 10 minutes each, and I still don't know what I should get...even though i am leaning toward the blackjack...
Help - Blackjack or 8525
The major differences (besides $200) that I see are:
8525 has Wi-Fi
Blackjack is thinner and lighter
8525 has bigger screen
8525 has better camera
Unfortunately the local Cingular stores do not have the 8525 in yet so I can't go in and look in person and handle them. Does anyone have any experience with comparing them.
I know, I'm obsessing, and it's killing my work productivity today.
400 Mhz processor
PTT capability (software upgrade coming soon)
The legacy of excellence from other HTC devices
Better real-world battery life
(My 8125 lasts 2-3 days easy)
Voice Command? Spec sheet says so...
Speaker independent voice recognition?
How about productivity?
This phone does come with Picsel Viewer, so you can view Word, Excel, and PDF files, but you cannot edit them.
On the sound side, you gotta love it when you're forced to turn down the volume while talking to someone. My a650 does the same thing. And, you know, at 35...you need all the volume you can handle.
Battery life comparisons to Q
As a side note, I'm pretty impressed with this Sammy's performance in the vault.
I just think in fairness to the Q, you have to remember CDMA chipsets draws more power than GSM. The GSM version of any handset will always perform better in terms of power consumption over a CDMA version (assuming t
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