My future Smartphone

22 Dec

I have been thinking recently about what will be my next smart phone?

I am currently using the Cingular 8125, which I really like. However, I have a problem with it’s performance. Also, the camera can be better.

I used to be a SonyEricsson P900 owner. My 3 year old daughter one day decided to see how it would float in my cup of hot coffee. Since then I haven’t been able to get it to work. I really liked the P900 as it provided an amazing performance.

So here are the options what I am considering:
SonyEricsson P990, Cingular 8525, or RIM Blackberry Pearl


Posted by on December 22, 2006 in Gadget, Smartphones, Technology


4 responses to “My future Smartphone

  1. Anonymous

    December 22, 2006 at 11:24 pm

    It depends. I myself have the Nokia E62 . The only problem with it, it does not have a camera. I think you can get it from Cingular for $99 which is a darn good deal.

  2. Anonymous

    December 23, 2006 at 7:17 am

    very interesting sir! but maybe you should consider getting one your kids idk! maybe a laptop! hmm? (~just a thought~)…oh, and nice phones!TOTALLY ANONYMOUS!!!

  3. Anonymous

    December 23, 2006 at 7:40 am

    consider getting the BlackBerry Pearl b/c it includes auto push email, messaging and multimedia options. Type effortlessly and send messages with the SureType¿ QWERTY keyboard. View photos and email attachments on the large brightly lit color screen. The Pearl has a 1.3 megapixel camera, media player, web browser, Bluetooth® and more. This smart stylish phone has everything you need to stay in touch. Included FeaturesSmall stylish phone packed with email and multimedia 1.3 MP camera with flash and zoom Easy to use intuitive trackball navigation BlackBerry auto push email for up to 10 email accounts View Microsoft® Word, Excel, PowerPoint®, & more PIM organizer integration for contacts, tasks, and calendar Media player with expanded memory for MP3 music & videos Multimedia messaging – send text and pictures MEdia Net browser for ring tones, games, and more Hands-free options: Voice dialing, speakerphone and Bluetooth® Push to Talk – see who’s available and talk instantly Global voice and data roaming in over 120 countries Quad-band world phone Full backlit SureType(TM) QWERTY keyboard Large adjustable light sensing screen HTML internet browser

  4. Anonymous

    January 8, 2007 at 6:42 am

    I am a current user of another one of the MS pda and I hate it.It is very useless.I am very seriously considering a Peal PB also.


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