htc touch diamond for me, although i'd rather have the touch HD.
same goes for the push/pull mail battery issue tho'
I've got a G1 now as per the advice from a few people on here and must say i like it much more than the iphone, takes abit to get used to but once you are its great
i recently changed to a HP 914c, has anyone considered it? very corporate looking but packed full of features!
I have a Touch Pro... I never thought I'd like a Windows Mobile smartphone put it's great - there's no going back to a phone without a keyboard now for me!!!
The battery seems fine too (although I don't use push email, it does check for mail on 3 accounts every two hours and has the wifi turned on permanently).
I wrote a little bit on my blog about it at Ric's Blog: Falling into the mobile Internet trap
I'm just gutted it isn't the Touch Pro2 - now that's one tasty looking device!!!! HTC - Products - HTC Touch Pro2 - Overview
Nokia E71 here. Does everything, GPS, Wireless, Bluetooth, Infrared, QWERTY keyboard (which is nice to use even with my sausage fingers), Internet Browsing (with full client), good media centre, excellent battery life, excellent sound quality, excellent contacts listings, easy connection to Exchange and other e-mail services, upgradable memory and all the reviews rate it, plus it cost me sod all because school bought it for me instead of a PDA.
I have the G1, love it. If you want a hardware keyboard then definately get the G1 otherwise wait for the G2(HTC Magic on Vodafone) should be out early Q3.
Hold out for the Palm Pre
Nokia went backwards with the N96 and I dont think the N97 seems a true step forwards
and for the record - except for the lack of a touch screen the N95 8GB still is a fantastic phone (despite its age)
There's a pre somewhere with my name on it
Another G1 owner here, and I'm in love with the thing. It's pretty effortless to use, and the application market is gaining momentum all the time. The one thing that I'm missing at the moment is a decent ebook reader, which the iPhone has. On the other hand, the iPhone can't do background apps, which sucks pretty hard.
I think iv narrowed it down to the Omnia or the LG Arena. T-Mobile don't seem to have the Arena listed on their webby as an available handset yet. Im hoping this will change as I will be able to upgrade later this month.
Not too sure on the G1. It does look very nice but the amount of apps already available for windows mobile is just too tempting. The interface for google maps looks a lot nicer on the G1 than it does on windows though.
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