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Review: Sony Ericsson W810

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multitasking OS?

miloofscorpio

Apr 20, 2006, 11:38 AM
i read somewhere(i think it was the SE page) that this could do 3 diferent tasks at a time, the example they give was showing the phone with a game, they press a button and it takes them to a text message, they press it again and it takes em to the music player, they press it again and they go back to the game almost instantly
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miloofscorpio

Apr 20, 2006, 11:57 AM
sorry if my other message was not very readable but I was using opera on a motorola v551 and it is really painfully slow when typing a lot of text, well my computer seems to finally run smooth so I'm just gonna make clear what I meant on the other message, the multitasking thingy that SE shows in the demo video in their page really caught my eye, but I did not read that feature on any of your reviews, please I would really appreciate if you guys answer this question, I mean its a great phone and I'm looking really forward for it, but I haven't seen that feature on the w600, so since you guys kept saying g its the same OS, well thats kind of disappointing, they might had drop that featureSad.
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eric Lin

Apr 20, 2006, 4:01 PM
the os can certainly do many things at once, but it's not quite multi tasking. for instance you definitely can play music in the walkman app while doing anything else. also you can use the phone while it is sending a message (most phones lock you out until an SMS is sent). and if a java application allows you to, you can "minimize" it, allowing the java app to run in the background while you do other things.

however it is not like smartphone multitasking. if you leave in the middle of composing a message, you cannot pick up right where you left off. you have to dig the message out of the drafts folder like on other SE models.

the shortcut menu also gives the appearance of multitasking, but it's not actually multitasking, it's just a m...
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