Windows Mobile Professional
Samsung SCH-i730 vs Blackberry 7250
I "feel" strongly towards a pocket pc solution with phone and mobile 5.0, but others are leaning towards the Blackberry...
I would like to have Verizon i730 MS Mobile as I like the ease of use as it has Outlook and pushes emails out as soon as they come in.
Can anyone give me their thoughts, experiences? Should I wait for more pocket pcs to be released with Mobile 5.0?
Thanks in advance. Chris H
Push/pull technology with Blackberry requires add-on to server or a client module. With client module you need to leave client running and connected to public Internet.
If I'm looking for instant gratification, I call.
Live the EVDO and WiFi support w/ i730.
Contact Information Database functionality of Outlook/Pocket Outlook is great. Pocket Outlook supports (only) 3 accounts; in addition to, Text Messaging.
If data is not a high priority, I prefer the Treo 650. Had 650 for 11 months, 7250 for 1 month and i730 for 1 month.
If your limited to CDMA, I'd take i730 and 650 over the 7250.
Cons w/ i730-...
As for OS, I find the Windows Mobile much easier, especially since it has a touch screen and stylus. IT wise, it would also be easier to troubleshoot.
I've found the i730 to be very user friendly, very easy to customize to each user's preferences, very IT friendly and easy to set up, the email function works great, text messaging is simple....in other words, I'm in love with it!
Hands down, I'd say go with the Samsung i730. This device should also be compatible with WIndows Mobile 5.0 and you will probably be able to upgrade it to t...
If your folks just need e-mail and phone, without all the bells-and-whistles, I would suggest the Blackberry. It is rock-solid for e-mail, very, very, good for a phone. My boss is older and cannot figure out the windows mobile quirks. If your people just need the e-mail to keep streaming, I've never had a problem with the Blackberry. I have with the ppc.
If your ...