Darren Murph writes: "It has technically been available for three weeks today (and a few hours in the US, but who's counting?), although we're confident quite a few of you are still waiting to actually hold your very own iPhone 3G."
Id have it factory coated with this > http://www.n4g.com/mobile/N... In fact, everything should be coated with this!
BATTERy LIFE. I can't have a cell phone, no matter how cool it is, that won't last a whole day. Also, I would allow people to make their own ring tones using bitpim. I would get better service plans and more text message options. Allow to send video messaging. Etc, etc. I do have a touch though.
By not giving the iPhone to Rogers in Canada for them to screw us over on. They knew that everyone was waiting for the iPhone to come to Canada, then their like "AHAHAHAH, we have the exclusive liscence and we'll charge all of you suckers a lot for absolutley nothing, HAHAHA CHOKE ON THAT". Thats basically their motto: "Take what you can, give nothing back", i on the other hand, am waiting for my Samsung Omnia to arrive. Wayyy better than any dumbass iPhone
Agree on you guys getting screwed by rogers, but i am yet to see a phone better than the iphone.
Battery life is definitely one thing I would change. I could deal with it being a little thicker if it meant having a battery that lasts the whole day. Media messaging would be nice but the battery is a much bigger concern.
Waiting for the iPhone killer which is a full smart phone, 5mp camera and has tons more than the iPhone 3G...I welcome you all to the Samsung Omnia i900.
I repeat, MMS! Why in the world can't they just add freakin' MMS?!!!
But my guess is they may want a 3rd party app developer to do so........ just a guess I don't know...but that and text forwarding would sure be nice .. still a gr8 phone... none better.........
a very nice, affordable phone which is as cool as iphone as it ihas windows mobile which makes up for a lot of things
I've tried both the iphone and htc diamond.. the htc is no way NEAR the iphone's user experience.. Everything is just so smooth, and crisp on the iPhone, plus it's damn easy to install new apps via appstore. Besides, diamond only has 8gb
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