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ucbigmike20

Sep 14, 2007, 2:41 PM
This phone packs a lot of features but why in the world they would leave with just usb 1.1,a 65k screen,etc.. 😡
I guess there's no such thing as THE Perfect Phone.
And who knows, maybe AT&T gonna get rid of the front-facing camera just like on the 8525. 👿
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Djanifer9512

Sep 14, 2007, 4:22 PM
c'mon,,, if this phone had anything other than a 65k screen, you'd get like 2 hours max talk time... You can't have it all
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Versed

Sep 14, 2007, 6:48 PM
Djanifer9512 said:
c'mon,,, if this phone had anything other than a 65k screen, you'd get like 2 hours max talk time... You can't have it all


There is alot of truth in what you stated, people want 3g, they want music, they want stereo bluetooth, tons of other features, then bitch they don't get 3 days inbetween charges like they did in the past with a plain ole phone. And they don't want it bulky. Just ain't gonna happen.

Most full feature phones pda or whathaveyou, are gonna need to be charged on a daily basis, its the tradeoff.
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Rich Brome

Sep 17, 2007, 1:48 AM
ucbigmike20 said:
...why in the world they would leave with just ... a 65k screen...

That's a Windows Mobile limitation. Blame Microsoft.

However, personally, there are VERY few situations where I can tell the difference, and I stare at phone screens for a living. It's easy to see a huge difference in numbers on a spec sheet, but it's really not that much of an issue in real-life usage. Unless you seriously (try to) edit photos on your phone, you'll probably never know the difference.

...And who knows, maybe AT&T gonna get rid of the front-facing camera just like on the 8525. 👿

Of course they will. They always do, because their network doesn't support two-way video callin...
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