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    Hi Guys, which PDA phone is better among the Apple IPhone, HTC Diamond & Samsung Omnia?

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    I have a couple of friends using the HTC Touch (not Diamond) and they are very with it. The Diamond being a grade higher should be able to serve you well.
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    Depends what your needs are. The iPhone is NOT a good PDA phone. It's basically just a touchscreen phone.
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    HTC DIAMOND FTW.
    My friend used omnia and complained lag.

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    HTC OMNIA FTW

    My friend used diamond and complained lag

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    We had a somewhat similar discussion not too long back...you might be interest to read up on it for some details. BTW...if you can wait. there will be a few more smart phone players coming out soon in the months to come if you can wait....eg. HTC Touch Pro, Sony's X1 and even Toshiba has one that is pretty impressive. Can't remember that model right now and too lazy to google for now heheh.


    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=400933

    If you reall way a smart phone for work window mobile is goods for that. iPhone has something that you can use call Mobile ME..which of late has alot of people cursing and even Steven Job abmit that is one hell of a buggy s/w. If you google you should find out more info about it.

    http://www.alleyinsider.com/2008/8/s...ples-standards

    Again...read everything with a pinch of salt as there are fan boys on both side of the OS fence. Pick the one that meets your needs not your vanity. Now if vanity is all you care about...hands down...join the Apple fan boy and fashion victims and get an iPhone. There is none better if you want beauty over substance, practical application and power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleace View Post
    Hi Guys, which PDA phone is better among the Apple IPhone, HTC Diamond & Samsung Omnia?
    I have the HTC Touch Diamond and I am very satisfied with it..the initial lagness is not there anymore after the ROM upgrade...TouchFLO 3D feels faster now...I chose the Diamond based on its classy looks and after using it for 2 months now, I never regretted my decision...

    for more information about users experiences in these 2 phones (HTC Touch Diamond/Samsung Omnia) you can check out PPCSG
    Last edited by rivaldo; 11th August 2008 at 09:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galdor View Post
    I have a couple of friends using the HTC Touch (not Diamond) and they are very with it. The Diamond being a grade higher should be able to serve you well.
    i thought HTC got most complaint??

    it is all over the internet................

    read here :

    http://www.htcclassaction.org/
    Last edited by ninelives; 11th August 2008 at 11:31 PM.
    Objection !!!

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    I myself is thinking of a pda phone. Kind of narrowed down to:

    HP 612C or Asus P750.

    I heard that the main grip with HP is the soft ringtone. I m really not sure what that means as it is relative i suppose.

    So any users of the above phone do please comment.

    Cheers

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    Thank guys.. more feedback are welcome..

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    Default Re: Choosing of PDA phone

    what do you want to do with a PDA phone?

    to me it is an extension of my computer, so syncing with my current software is very important
    i do not want to change the way i do things, just for a phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives View Post
    i thought HTC got most complaint??

    it is all over the internet................

    read here :

    http://www.htcclassaction.org/
    Well, every product will have people complaining. It's just whether you can accept the shortcoming of the product and if the product can satisfy your needs.

    I have friends who swear by the giants in the mobile phone industry but I have simply given up on them years ago. So if the product still serves the needs of the users, there will still be a market for it.
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    It will be my mini organizer or portable mini computer. Its the first time choosing PDA phone so had to read up more and hear some feedback.

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    if u r using an old pda phone...like say O2 Atom Life or others....someplace up north there are experts modding the phones...my friend got his upgraded with wireless chip/GPS modules and software uploaded with latest versions etc....for i think $80
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    Quote Originally Posted by arowana View Post
    HTC OMNIA FTW

    My friend used diamond and complained lag
    Omnia from samsung.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleace View Post
    It will be my mini organizer or portable mini computer. Its the first time choosing PDA phone so had to read up more and hear some feedback.
    Very hard to be a mini computer... as the matter of fact, too mini already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wibblo View Post
    if u r using an old pda phone...like say O2 Atom Life or others....someplace up north there are experts modding the phones...my friend got his upgraded with wireless chip/GPS modules and software uploaded with latest versions etc....for i think $80
    Is your friend able to tell you where he get his PDA modded? AFAIK, you can hardly find any of this in Singapore but I do know Hong Kong have some of such shops. One of my friend when to Hong Kong to uprade the RAM of his O2 mini to 128MB.

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    he can tell me..but I must pass my old O2 Mini to him for modding..lol...its done up North and takes one week...only one phone nia so cannot atm
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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleace View Post
    It will be my mini organizer or portable mini computer. Its the first time choosing PDA phone so had to read up more and hear some feedback.
    I'm using Athena and Touch-duo.

    can say that both feels good initially, but as I use it more often, both feels laggy since reflexes are much faster once familiarised.
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    i will choose E71! Simpler.. no need fancy GUI for me. As simple as possible like good old PALM OS days.!

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