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    Default Looking for a smartphone too expensive - Android or Symbian?


    Hello,

    I would (finally) my mind to replace my mobile phone and my (very old) PDA with a single device.

    Wishlist:

    - Call (yes anyway)

    - To pick up and read (possibly edited) Office files (Word, Excel) and pdf

    - Sync contacts and calendar outlook

    - A GPS (rather extra when I do not want to bother with) with maps on-board

    All this for a fairly light use (for now anyway): it would serve me especially as my current PDA to have my files handy.

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    Symbian model will in fact everything you want, with the advantage over Android can easily preloaded maps for the GPS (via Ovi Suite you can select from a PC to download maps to the phone). Since the latest Google Maps cache can keep the cards you use most, but I'm not sure that you can pre-load.

    Android is IMHO especially interesting for its choice of more and more applications, if you're happy with the tools provided Symbian nicely done.

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    He looks sufficiently reactive, good size and construction looks good. For the C6-01, by cons, I do not shop that has stock.

    If I compare prices, the blade is half the price of the Nokia, so even if I have to buy additional applications, I am still widely winner.

    It remains to show its strength over time.

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    I recommend the Blade. Frankly for the price C6-01 is worth its price heavily while ZTE is very low-end despite a prior valid contact. The Blade sells well then just go around forums and is not that great. But what I do not understand is if this is not a major issue of size, why not take the C7.

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    You'd have backed a little about your connection, because the information you give here are a bit biased I think. It is on the blade will not run the latest 3D games. And then. This is not particularly what our research friend.

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    I had the ZTE Blade that I sold very quickly because of two problems: too much self-righteous and the fact that the operator ROM (whatever that matter) totally spoil the user experience, eg touch responds very poorly.

    This last point can be solved with a ROM alternative. The processor is really too light for a good experience as Android 800 * 480. It took me the overclock (hence more autonomy down). Its advantage, however, would be for reading PDF and office document> to symbian.

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    If you want a true smartphone with powerful real experience "touch", there is the Samsung Omnia 7-299 Euro Cdiscount at least 100 paid back!

    there, you have the power of Galaxy and S the Microsoft OS, simple but effective (and soon with a major update "Mango"). In any case, Symbian is history.

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    It's a phone built stronger than the ZTE and you are on Android. I personally think it's more interesting to have applications because you can change your phone and get your old apps.

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    I use the C7 and I am very satisfied, except replacing the N900, I can see no motive that could interest me as the C7 is efficient, TV Out, FM Transmitter, USB we go, 8Mpixel, topless HD, Divx, custumisation performance, opera web browser via friendly, self-record, and some games for entertainment as good as the iPhone.

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    Otherwise the replacement for the N900, a priori under MeeGo released in June. Indeed, Nokia has filed with the FCC for a period of abnormally short 45j confidentiality and there is agreement MeeGo held at that time, thus implicitly the N950 will have every opportunity to be unveiled.

    We do not know much except that it has a keyboard, a screen 4 inches or more, a photo sensor with 12MP Optical identical to N8, but could do more including video level.

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