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newpda888

Jan 22, 2005, 2:11 AM
Very Happy Hi All,

I am thinking of buying either HP 6315 or SONY P910. I would love to stay with tmobile, since i've been with them for 4 years and AT&T in my area is not that good. My question is, for those who stayed with HP6315, are you still having problems? I've been reading this forum and I've seen a lot of negative feedback using the HP6315. Before I decide, can you please confirm if you're still having problems with dropped calls, signals etc etc... (pretty much the phone aspect of HP 6315). If you are still not satisfied or there are still no patches to fix the bugs, I might have to buy the SONY P910a. Thanks in advance for all your help.

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brademcee

Jan 22, 2005, 3:20 PM
For the most part I like my phone. I have been using for about 4 months. I have not experienced any additional signal problems with this phone that is any different than the normal Tmobile service. I love the windows mobile sync and it gets my email automatically every 5 minutes. I also have it syncing with my calendar through our exchange server. I have to do a soft resets frequently but its pretty quick and easy. I also use the microsoft voice command with this phone and it is a awesome software for voice dialing and a variety of other applications. The keyboard they give you with the phone is crap and my only gripe is that i wish it had a integrated keyboard. it is a pain to type emails and write anyting that is real lengthy.

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heechy

Sep 21, 2005, 9:18 AM
hello there,
I've had this phone for almost a year. I would have to advise you NOT to purchase this PDA phone. There is just too much inherent problems that simply won't be resolved by a new patch or anything software. I believe the major problem for this is the slow CPU (100 MHZ) that this devise has. The reason why HP put this CPU in the phone is to conserve battery life, i think. But the type of problems that I'm getting on a everyday basis is not worth it. To describe to you some of the problems that I'm having everyday is 1) it crashes at least once a day. I shouldn't have to soft reboot everyday for a PDA. I don't know any PDA's the crashes almost everyday. 2) I have hard time receiving in-coming calls because it won't respon...
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