These are the most recent forum messages posted by jma6788:
looks like PCD decided to clone the sidekick slide, throw a touch screen on it, and migrate away from the tmobile exclusive. all in all, this phone blows. nothing new, nothing cool, nothing flashy. its weak, in every aspect of the word. i dont usually strictly bash on phones, but this phone pisses me off. it could also be my loathing of the sidekick series bleeding through
alot of talk
being an iphone 3G user i can admit im kind of spoiled when it comes to phones. when the G1 was first advertised, i thought street view was the coolest thing id ever seen, but with the recent iphone update bringing street view to the ever growing iphone repetoir, the G1 has nothing more to offer thats new. the phone also lacks the "sleekness" that we all expect from the new big thing. yeah, its a ...
Re: So not happy with this phone
keeping it a few days is a good idea. brand new phones have a few bugs, especially in a touch screen that RIM rushed to try to keep up with the seemingly unlimited excalation of iphone popularity. theres always software updates within your 30 day buyers remourse period so id wait for that to see if it improves at all, but i 100% agree that the touch screen, while have amazing apearence a resolution, sucks ass.
this is strictly for the elderly whom never use there phone. i sell cricket and i can tell you that anyone who actually uses their phone would end up hating this service.
From what ive heard of the buzz on these phones, We've got a smaller version of the apple iphone, with everything the iphone doesnt have. and my headline reads stoked simply due to the fact that more and more phone are jumping into the 7mp + range with their cameras!
Nokia seems to be shelling out lower and lower quality phones to try and keep up with the competition, while compeditors such as LG, Samsung, and Apple have decided to set the bar. not only is the phone a monstrasity asthetically, but size wise as well. BUT in nokias defense, it IS marketed tward to younger crowd who either A: cant afford the top of the line alternatives, and B: will destroy the phone in the first ...
Re: Take *that* Samsung Instinct!!!
expecting anything close to an iphone or even the dissapointing instinct is setting yourself up to be let down. although nokie once led the way in cellular innovation, its been a steady decline since, say, 2003?